unhandy


un·handy

adjective \-ˈhan-dē\

Definition of UNHANDY

1
:  hard to handle :  inconvenient
2
:  lacking in skill or dexterity :  awkward
un·hand·i·ly \-də-lē\ adverb
un·hand·i·ness \-dē-nəs\ noun

Examples of UNHANDY

  1. <the new SUV is particularly unhandy and difficult to maneuver in parking lots and narrow streets>
  2. <an unhandy person should be kept away from knives and other sharp objects>

First Known Use of UNHANDY

1664

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