inelegantly

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

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This word is often inelegantly, if not incorrectly, used for pay.

Cicily answered on the instant, inelegantly, but with convincing emphasis.

If they spoke our language, they spoke it inelegantly and with effort.

Casey Dunne commented, inelegantly but forcibly, and Wade said no more.

Reine demands, inelegantly, in the shock of her great surprise.

The shores were very green and planted with trees not inelegantly.

"George Washington's swords for mine," announced Bobby inelegantly.

Your genius is not small, is not uncultivated nor inelegantly rough.

Adverbs are often inelegantly used instead of adjectives; as, “the then ministry,” for “the ministry of that time.”

This word is frequently and inelegantly abbreviated, in pronunciation, into agin.

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