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clumsy

adjective

Definition of CLUMSY

1
lacking or showing a lack of nimbleness in using one's hands <diamond cutting is no job for a clumsy person>
Phrases all thumbs
Antonyms deft, dexterous (also dextrous), handy, sure-handed
2
having or showing an inability to move in a graceful manner <a clumsy bow> <clumsy on the dance floor>
Near Antonyms light, light-footed (also light-foot), lissome (also lissom), lithe, nimble, sure-footed
5
difficult to use or operate especially because of size, weight, or design <a clumsy contraption, but it got the job done>
Antonyms handy

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