Callow in a sentence

Use Callow in a sentence

Callow;

Meaning: [adjective]immature, inexperienced ;

He is a callow young person who has very little experience in teaching.

The boss wants to hire a callow worker, so he can pay less.

Mike is a callow clerk taking some computer classes.

He is a callow boy who’s shy and often gets bullied by his classmates.

The callow painter couldn’t finish the work on time.

Some veterans were upset to learn that their officers were callow youths.

Tim is an aging, been-around gumshoe, while Lerry is his young, callow and cynical associate.

That was too important a task to be left to some callow volunteers.

Sometimes, too, feeling a little callow, he asked himself why he had never married.