unwieldiness


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Synonyms for unwieldiness

the quality of being difficult to direct or control by reason of complexity

trouble in carrying or managing caused by bulk or shape

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My only complaint - if it can really be called that - is that the onion rings were a little OTT, bringing an unwieldiness to the burger that doesn't have much of a pay-o' taste-wise.
This problem of unwieldiness is particularly likely to occur when the refinements introduced into a model require the measurement of subjective factors--such as changes in attitudes or limitations on cognitive capabilities that are inherently difficult to measure and quantify, and to relate to other, more tangible factors in mathematically precise ways (Crespi 1997: 154).
We are talking about a man parachuted in, handed an unfamiliar squad which might be large, but which is cumbersome to the point of unwieldiness, one overstocked in some areas and lacking in others, and who is told to get on with it and, by the way, while your finding your feet you had better be winning games too.
This further adds to the unwieldiness of the device and is a major glitch.
The contributors to the project that informs this special edition are uniquely positioned to develop and refine such a lens, which could drastically reduce the research unwieldiness of the field.
A second and more substantive reason for Vincent's current eclipse is the alleged unwieldiness of his famous "canon" or rule, the bright line that the monk of Lerins offers for separating salutary orthodoxy from noxious heresy.
Both query and command, and tenuous in tense, the title in its very unwieldiness imparts Pinto's precarious state.
In Britannia's case, it was the size and unwieldiness of its commercial property loan book.
1094, 1108 (2005) (discussing the unwieldiness of classical doctrine); see also Wiecek, supra note 6, at 248-51.
Digital formats not only offer increased accessibility, but also can enhance motivation for those students who are visually impaired who struggle with reading or who have difficulty coping with the unwieldiness of traditional formats.
For instance, the size of a football crowd generates an unwieldiness and a complexity that might cause someone to be crushed, though no one in the crowd intends it.
56) Even if one reformed the measure of damages traditionally used in nuisance to take into account purely aesthetic losses, one would have to contend with the unwieldiness of the nuisance remedy, which requires large numbers of neighbors to overcome collective action problems in covering the costs of a private nuisance suit.
Does the opposition have a point about the largeness and unwieldiness of the [current] bill?
Despite its unwieldiness, Relections is a highly welcome contribution to the body of scholarship on Sheridan Le Fanu, whose fiction remains largely untapped in studies of the Irish Gothic, 'Big House' fiction, the sensation novel and (post)colonial Ireland.
For one thing, they are neologisms; for another, their hyphenated form probably costs as much in unwieldiness as it adds in symmetry and accuracy.