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clumsy

view main entry for clumsyadjective  /ˈklʌmzi/ 
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clumsily

adverb

clumsiness

noun [uncountable]
clumsiness noun [uncountable]Describing clumsiness and awkward movements: clumsy, awkward, ungainly, wooden, uncoordinated, heavy, jerky, convulsive, have two left feet, be all fingers and thumbsLack of intelligence, understanding or careful thought: stupidity, ignorance, incomprehension, vacancy, the absurd, indiscretion, myopia, short-termism, precipitation, vacuityLarge size: size, scale, bulk, immensity, enormity, greatness, extensiveness, impressiveness, spaciousness, hugeness

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