unhandy

[ uhn-han-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF unhandy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNHANDY

The ship, like all Spanish ships, was unhandy and a poor sailor.

She was heavy, clumsy, unhandy—but that does not quite explain that power for mischief she had.

There are other Dwarfs, but they are as unhandy as they are misshapen.

It was the decision that the two frigates were unhandy for cruising inshore.

They are also unhandy in directing the flame on parts of the work.

The one large lugsail, too, and little jib form a most unhandy rig.

Moreover, it's such an unhandy thing that we can't both of us carry it.

A cork any shorter than this is an aggravation as it is so unhandy.

It was unhandy havin' to pack our boots to Willcox all the time.

Small in stature are they like boys, and unhandy with their swords.

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