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In most cases, they gracelessly disappear from the public eye with a tiny bit of cash in their pockets.

The reports were quickly challenged by NBC and other sources—and then gracelessly walked back by all who “broke” the story.

Obamaphiles see Cheney as a faintly pathetic figure gracelessly mugging for the cameras, and hurting his own cause in the process.

"Sure," said the other gracelessly, and tossed his own slicker onto a bunk.

As a matter of course she regretted this, and wished there had been no marriage, now that George had turned out so gracelessly.

His straight black hair hung as gracelessly on either side of his hollow face as the hair of an American Indian.

He took it rather gracelessly and, deliberately opening his watch, placed it inside the case.

But though she spoke thus gracelessly of an important State function she attended it herself with grace, and behaved well.

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On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gracelessly, such as: clumsily, stiffly, bunglingly, carelessly, fumblingly, and gawkily.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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