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Synonyms for gracelessly

in a graceless manner


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While West Ham were gracelessly beating at their door at Upton Park on Saturday, Sunderland sneaked good chances on the counter-attack.
I suspect this is because Evan flirts shamelessly and gracelessly with all women between the ages of thirteen and seventy.
He hazards on a mansion wearing "a metal crown of thorns" on whose gate hangs gracelessly "a howl: Beware of Dog".
But she over-reacted, gracelessly blaming the media for committing "blood libel.
Instead of complementing each others' moves, it was as if each one was doing their routine separately, gracelessly, shrouding the stage with chaos.
No corners are gracelessly cut hereAuno ugly cover plates, no exposed fastener buttons and the barest minimum of seams.
When she turned back toward the shore, she did see what looked like people: large, swathed in dark, staggering gracelessly.
From Khmer Rouge torture chambers in Cambodia to brothels in Singapore and bustling call centers in India, Theroux describes the people, cultures, religions, foods, and sex shops he discovers while lamenting "how gracelessly the world is aging and all that we have lost.
Not surprising, Pipkin comes back again and again to the idea that in narrative these jocks get to relive their glory days, get to reverse the devastating effects of time itself that have so gracelessly closed out their careers (Pipkin does not investigate autobiographies written during a career).
This is not the place to describe every reaction to Pessoa's article on the part of Jose Cabral and of different writers, newspaper directors and politicians, but the National Union's official newspaper, which had praised Mensagem just a few days before, now rather gracelessly exclaimed on its first page: 'Va la a gente fiar-se em poetas
AS Jade Goody lumbered gracelessly along the 2006 London Marathon course, she no doubt lamented the fact she didn't replace kebabs with carrots.
So why go to all that trouble and expense, you might ask, if not solely for the glory, the prestigious awards, and the implied right to publish a well-conceived and highly informative, if somewhat self-gratifying and gracelessly indignant, autobiography (see, for example, J.
In her letters she spoofed her significant theological learning by calling herself a "hillbilly Thomist" (HB 81), and she memorialized her social awkwardness among the artsy set at Mary McCarthy's sophisticated New York dinner party by telling the story of how gracelessly she blurted out her belief in transubstantiation: "Well, if it [the Eucharist]'s a symbol, to hell with it" (HB 125).
Labour was left uncertain whether to yield gracelessly or mount a rearguard action in the Parliament.
30 the 'guests' arrive and swiftly snatch at the complimentary glasses of Chateau Ripoff without so much as a grunt, looking down upon the waiters with supreme condescension and waddling gracelessly to their tables.