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clunky

adjective \ˈkləŋ-kē\

: large and awkward in form or appearance

: old and not working well

: badly or awkwardly made or done

clunk·i·erclunk·i·est

Full Definition of CLUNKY

:  clumsy in style, form, or execution <a clunky thriller> <clunky earrings>

Examples of CLUNKY

  1. I drive a clunky old station wagon.
  2. His act was full of clunky one-liners.

First Known Use of CLUNKY

1965

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