clumsiness


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Synonyms for clumsiness

Synonyms for clumsiness

unskillfulness resulting from a lack of training

the carriage of someone whose movements and posture are ungainly or inelegant

the inelegance of someone stiff and unrelaxed (as by embarrassment)

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ISLAMABAD -- President Dr Arif Alvi says the nukes being controlled by the fascist Indian government is a great threat to the world as their clumsiness could take the world to a dangerous situation.
ISLAMABAD -- President Dr Arif Alvi has said that the nukes being controlled by the fascist Indian government is a great threat to the world as their clumsiness could take the world to a dangerous situation.
However, these two drugs have well-known unpleasant side effects including dizziness, clumsiness, intellectual impairment and suicidal tendencies.
He said that many people joined this field because of their selfishness and clumsiness. He requested people to not give alms to the professional beggars.
The 25-year-old, who lives in Thornaby, says problems arose when Jack attended breakfast club at the school one morning last week, when he was told, due to his clumsiness, he would not be allowed his bottle of water.
has the efforts to change Luckhurst They cannot countenance Jones or Chris Smalling's brainstorms, Rojo's ropiness, the cumbersome clumsiness of certain six-footers or luxuries inflating the wage bill.
Provincial deputy police chief Sum Sokhim said the prisoner escaped due to the clumsiness of prison officers.
One night, as they are preparing to watch a comet pass in the sky, Fantasio's clumsiness causes them to lose consciousness.
Huntington's Disease affects the brain, with symptoms including stumbling and clumsiness, jerking or fidgety movements of the limbs and body, and mood swings and personality changes.
Its clumsiness gets in the way of the good work done by the world building.
The footprints appear somewhat irregular and disorganised, suggesting an element of clumsiness.
A-65-year old male patient with a medical history of hypertension presented with symptoms of dysarthria and clumsiness in his right hand, which had abruptly started six hours prior to admission.
"I write a commentary, and feel it's finished, then go back over it the next day and find it full of infelicities, clumsiness and redundancies.
NEWCASTLE is one of the UK's worst cities for "smartphone clumsiness", according to a new study.
Star corralled 17 offensive rebounds to Ginebra's 14, but the more glaring difference was the Gin Kings' apparent clumsiness with the rock, turning the ball over 24 times.