gracelessly


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in a graceless manner

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He made countless speeches, many of them supporting a republican Ireland rather than the status quo of the "Free State" as a part of Britain, a position which, by contrast, most of the Irish bishops supported and which led to many of them proving gracelessly and rudely inhospitable towards him.
They need to be able to push through the supporting cast, but ground–cover must be able to breathe when the substantial leaves of their basement–dwelling neighbours shoot through in spring and die gracelessly in summer.
Not until 1851, with the publication (in two volumes) of the somewhat gracelessly named Parerga und Paralipomena, did he begin to attract the kind of attention he craved.
They need to be able to push through the supporting cast, but ground-cover must be able to breathe when the substantial leaves of their basement-dwelling neighbours shoot through in spring and die gracelessly in summer.
They need to be able to push through the supporting cast, but ground-cover must be able to breathe when the substantial leaves of their basement dwelling neighbours shoot through in spring and die gracelessly in summer.
I yelled something fierce, primal, unintelligible, and gracelessly crashed onto my knee.
Most calls are answered eventually, but grudgingly and gracelessly.
This girl is quick to obey, but gracelessly, biting down on the fabric with her incisors all the same.
As he grins broadly with outstretched arms and "gimme, gimme" fingers one minute and calmly commits suicide the next, the figure becomes yet another stand-in for the artist as manic-depressive joke, a shopworn stereotype like the punk in the Tuileries, careening gracelessly toward extinction.
While West Ham were gracelessly beating at their door at Upton Park on Saturday, Sunderland sneaked good chances on the counter-attack.
So, there I was, at 11 at night, gracelessly strumming an antique guitar, when Moustaki called.
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".
The strain of condensing three books into a single film becomes apparent quite often, as important chunks of the mythology are introduced without warning or style, and characters that were presumably reader favorites--such as bumbling nomads Digger (David Wenham) and Twilight (Anthony LaPaglia)--are gracelessly dropped into the story, then mostly ignored.
No corners are gracelessly cut hereAuno ugly cover plates, no exposed fastener buttons and the barest minimum of seams.