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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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inexperienced; or a person or organization that is inexperienced
  • The second-floor faculty occupant had gone home for Christmas—like one of the boys himself, young Mr. Peabody, a fledgling Math instructor, and a bachelor not likely to improve upon his single status, was what my mother had called a "Nervous Nelly."
    p. 155.5

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