gawky

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Synonyms for gawky

Synonyms for gawky

lacking dexterity and grace in physical movement

Synonyms for gawky

lacking grace in movement or posture

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Paltrow's supposed madness doesn't extend to more than staring gawkily into space and driving a Volvo, while Hopkins' craziness could've done with more screen time.
A delightfully pre-TV fame Cilla Black, sitting almost gawkily awkward, sipping coffee, Mick Jagger laughing with an enjoyment which threatens to explode from the frame, the original Cher just combing her hair and a young, intense, Joan Baez.
Giddily romantic one moment, gawkily militant the next, this emotional seesaw of a movie switches back and forth between dreamy love scenes and Act-Up demonstrations without its feet ever touching the ground.
They cannot run on day one, as can antelopes, or even struggle gawkily to their feet like a new-born foal.
Further, the period defined literature narrowly, as belles-letters, and the New World literary heritage appeared barren where it was not gawkily embarrassing.