A cumbrous disjointed sentence, but the thought of it is clear enough.
In North America, cannon were generally too cumbrous for Indian fighting.
After a great deal of labour, the cumbrous machine was got upon the road.
It was rebuilt, in its present cumbrous proportions, in 1828.
But this cumbrous fiction was discarded after a couple of numbers.
We should find them rather too cumbrous to stow away in our game-bags.
The machinery employed was cumbrous, wasteful of time and costly.
Slow and cumbrous was travel in those days and very expensive.
"The introductory part of the Book is cumbrous," says Mr. Monro.
She also discarded the long, cumbrous domino, and I took it from her.