clumsily

[ kluhm-zee ]SEE DEFINITION OF clumsily

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLUMSILY

It was clumsily enough made, and he doubtless guessed how she had obtained it.

The priest was lying, clumsily, childishly, but it might be he could bargain with them.

The Martian had been walking by the ravine and had clumsily fallen in.

He could move his arms a little, clumsily, but feeling was gone from them.

Clumsily enough, dangling as he was, Bell twisted about to look for Paula.

I have tried to help her; but I dare say I did it clumsily, and scared her off from it.

Clumsily kneeling, Stuart put his ear to the wounded man's heart.

Why had Archdale thrown his arm about so clumsily and saved his life?

It was clumsily and carelessly translated, and was imperfect and unfinished.

I had of course seen this trick played before, but never so clumsily.

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