Examples of inelegant in a Sentence
inelegant teens still learning how to act at formal events
inelegant furniture that looked like it belonged in a budget motel
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During the first trial, Wyatt often held forth outside the courthouse with inelegant commentary.
Even when the romantic trio seem too aware of the laughs, watching them — particularly the wonderfully inelegant Ms. Khosh — is a delight.
Tesla has an inelegant solution where the visor sits on the A-pillar and can be swung out to magnetically connect to the rear-view mirror.
For a time it was even called the Zein—an inelegant name which pays no homage to the ship’s iconic former owner.
Galecki's diminutive and inelegant character is the focus of the series, and his relationship with his neighbor Penny, a tall and blonde farmer's daughter from Nebraska, provides the show with much of its drama and charm.
On the tarmac in South Korea, its proportions became exaggerated and inelegant.
The set, an inelegant clash of surrealism and realism, does not help Stevenson’s cause.
An inelegant solution to a distinctly Trumpian problem.
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INELEGANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inelegant for English Language Learners
: not graceful, attractive, or polite : not elegant
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