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A Babe In The Woods ( young; innocent; not experienced; vulnerable ... )

"A Babe In The Woods"

A babe in the woods is a young person who is not experienced.

Example: "What do you know? You are just a babe in the woods."

Like a baby animal (a babe) in the wild (woods), a babe in the woods is a young or experienced person who needs the help of others.

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