inelegant

[ in-el-i-guh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inelegant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INELEGANT

“Convinced nothing,” was the inelegant reply of his new ward.

The use of this word in the sense of determined is not only inelegant but indefensible.

They were built of unhewn stone, but solid, and not inelegant.

It is often seen in pictures and portraits.403 It is inelegant and destitute of meaning.

His movements and carriage were not inelegant, but there was a certain retinue wanting.

It was a most inelegant attitude, and peculiarly exasperating to Mrs. Caldwell.

If inelegant expressions should be eschewed, what shall be said of profanity?

This is an inelegant, though a striking statement of a great truth.

The furniture, unlike that of the other rooms, was new and not inelegant.

It is a modern edifice of enormous dimensions, and not inelegant.

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