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Adjective: unskilled  ,ún'skild
  1. Not having or showing or requiring special skill or proficiency
    "unskilled in the art of rhetoric"; "unskilled labour"; "workers in unskilled occupations are finding fewer and fewer job opportunities"; "unskilled workmanship"
  2. Lacking professional skill or expertise
    "an unskilled painting";
    - amateurish, amateur, inexpert, rookie [informal]
  3. Not doing a good job
    "unskilled at chess";
    - incompetent

See also: artless, bad, botched, botchy, bungled, bungling, butcherly, clumsy, crude, fumbling, green [informal], hopeless, humble, incompetent, inexperienced, inexperient [non-standard], lowly, lubberly, menial, out of practice, rough, rusty, semiskilled, unprofessional, unskilful [Brit, Cdn], unskillful [N. Amer], weak

Antonym: skilled