maladroit


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Synonyms for maladroit

clumsy

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Synonyms for maladroit

lacking dexterity and grace in physical movement

clumsily lacking in the ability to do or perform

lacking sensitivity and skill in dealing with others

Antonyms for maladroit

not adroit

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Regrouper pres de quatre cents variations autour du motif universel de l'Hote maladroit (Bungling Host) dans les cultures nord-americaines permet a l'auteur de soutenir que les mythes, ces manieres pretendument aberrantes de penser, ont du sens.
Alors que jusqu'a present les Nanterriens avaient pu s'appuyer sur une insolente adresse au shoot, ils ont paru emprunte et maladroits dans le match 1 (34,5%de reussite aux tirs) et n'ont jamais reussi a inquieter les Alsaciens.
Clair Nicholson was channelling Errol Flynn in the role of the Pirate King--it certainly made a hilarious comedic contrast with Giles Tompkins oafish, maladroit Police Sergeant.
Egypt's maladroit Muslim Brotherhood can learn something about leadership through consensus from their political cousins in Tunis.
Buckley was a lifelong, devout, but occasionally acerbic Catholic; in 1979 he wrote: "I have abandoned hope for the liturgy, which in the typical American church, is as ugly and as maladroit as if it had been composed for the purpose of driving people away.
And the array of quasi-participatory, bricolaged sculptural scenarios that composed it beautifully demonstrated not just the artist's carefully honed sense of the ironically maladroit but also the intermittent horror vacui that provokes his most overelaborated artifacts.
So far, his assertions have been superficial, and sometimes maladroit.
Unfortunately, the main origin ofthe inflation comes from the maladroit application of the plan to suppress subsidies.
5 million bpd during the Saddam Hussein administration, although via the techniques of maladroit injection that rose the generation to 1.
By which, to be clear, I mean not necessarily the actual statementa notorious prankster, the director is perpetually in the habit of stirring sensations, both on film and in life, and might have well conjured his latest comments as a maladroit, if ultimately successful, attempt at controversybut rather the meaning that lies at the other end of the outrage and the buzz.
China has become surprisingly maladroit in handling the US and its Asian neighbors in recent months.
I thought it was a really maladroit thing to try to attempt to do," said Coe.
Dans sa route vers le Firefox, Gant est ballotte par les situations, maladroit dans ses reactions: le heros est alors completement en retrait, tout comme l'acteur-star Clint Eastwood.
And perhaps--in a town where deniability is king, if not emperor--it was good to have a Washington-sawy deputy stand in for an honestly maladroit boss who would, in any event, be completely abandoned.
The BHA has proved more maladroit than magnificent on a variety of issues.