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lacking dexterity and grace in physical movement

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lacking graciousness

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lacking grace

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lacking social polish

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America, it seems, is a far better source of the graceless, the loudmouthed, the arrogant and the perverted, all the more so in the age of Trump.
TV media's frantic reporting over the death of veteran actor Sridevi has angered Bollywood celebrities and her fans, who have called the coverage "graceless" and "insensitive".
People who have favourites for the Kentucky Derby are treated the same way.'" Veteran US turf reporter Ray Paulick described the rambling monologue as "the most graceless acceptance speech ever given by the owner of a champion racehorse".
As expected, BC swiftly made a graceless exit even before the hosts could say goodbye to the guests.
Boasting a superficially new plot but preaching the exact same sermon--in the identical leaden, graceless manner--as its predecessor, Harold Crank's follow-up concocts a laughable crisis of faith whose resolution is a fait accompli, turning the endeavor into a torturous exercise in one-note proselytizing.
Panicked rose, potted beetles, eroded root tags and graceless bees.
A.Todd, Dunfermline BY making those graceless remarks about Charles Kennedy and independence, Alex Salmond showed us that while he thinks of himself as a first class politician, he is actually a second class human being.
After King derided Morgan's interview skills and called him pompous, Morgan responded on Twitter on Friday that King was a "graceless, petty little man.'' Morgan's 9 p.m.
Her non-apology over her shameful expenses claims was a graceless and grudging embarrassment.
The result, The Graceless Age, on his own Evangeline Recordings imprint, caused quite a stir in the music press with a number of critics resorting to terms such as "masterpiece" and "work of genius" in their album reviews.
While most adherents to the Red and Black creed will have very fond memories of beating Neil Back's graceless National One champions at Twickenham five years ago, a hardy few will have rather less pleasant memories.
5 ( ANI ): English media has reportedly compared Australian captain Michael Clark to a 'graceless, chinless weasel' while likening Australians to Franco Begbie, sociopath played by Robert Carlyle in the cult classic Trainspotting.
In the best of these offerings, such as the song "Graceless," the music and lyrics unfold with a slowly building tension that powerfully articulates the struggle to move beyond miserable absence.
But conservative cleric canon Peter Jones, the vicar of Conwy, called yesterday's vote a "loveless" and "graceless" act.
1965: Bryan Orritt stepped into a whole new world of tactical innovation as he became Boro's first ever substitute, replacing Nev Chapman in the second half of a 1-1 draw at Preston SEPTEMBER 12 1903: Graceless guests Sunderland spoil the 30,000 strong housewarming party as they win 3-2 at the first ever game at Boro's plush new Ayresome Park home SEPTEMBER 13 1997: Teenager goalgetter Anthony Ormerod demonstrates his impress somersault celebration after scoring on his debut in a 2-2 draw at Bradford.