gawky

[ gaw-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gawky

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GAWKY

Seymore Wilson, 3a3b4c3b, 8ca: He is a gawky, love-sick youth.

But we must all go through the gawky age; we must each of us take our turn.

Shea (the judge) was just as good and graceful, as he (the member) was bad and gawky.

And a person is never surprised at anything that a girl at the "gawky age" does.

Fries nuvver was no good for nobody 35 at the gawky age, nohow.

I may as well say at once that I don't intend to take a pale, gawky girl about with me.

The niece, rustic and gawky; the companion sour and frumpish.

I never kissed her, as I intended, but I stood staring like a gawky.

What could she say to this gawky youth, whose face she could not even see?

Damn them, I am sick of these gawky, long-legged, half-civilized recruits!

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