The devil was large and clumsy, but Sun Wu Kung leaped about nimbly. The finale using Guarani Indian music was invigoratingly jolly but the clumsy ending left the audience bemused. The clumsy framework of the receiver was reduced to a neat and portable size. Describing the sentence: He was sentenced to forty hours of scrubbing the sidewalk with a bucket and a … brush. I was always a bit awkward and ungainly as a child, so I thought that maybe I was just on the clumsy side. They were difficult to conceal, clumsy, expensive to manufacture, and required bulky ammunition which created stowage and logistics problems. He almost laughed out loud at how clumsy he had been at that age.
I hurried away, followed by Clara's merry laugh at my clumsy gait. Fumbling, my fingers clumsy and slow, I fought with the buttons on his soaking-wet shirt. Behind the bar is Steve, a clumsy, almost heroically inept young oik. On the other hand, I always was a clumsy, accident-prone little boy. The sublimity is lost in renderings as clumsy in verbal baldness as a schoolboy's crib. The game looks sharper, and the gameplay remains as hectic as ever, but you'll get the most out of it if you own a gamepad, as the keyboard controls are quite clumsy.
My own looked so enormous and clumsy and uncouth by comparison. Some people are just constantly preoccupied, and not paying attention. I am no wife for you, a clumsy lout, a slug-a-bed, God forgive me! So, what has the dizzy blonde been doing, besides the usual clumsy bumping into things, talking rubbish and general silliness? While it is exciting to encounter a wide-ranging intellect, sometimes the novel's learnedness is like a clumsy book report. . When they reached the Rambo farm-house, it was necessary that he should give his hand to help her down from the clumsy carriage. Show More Sentences There was a quick dance of their lithe grey-figured bodies over the clumsy, prostrate figure.
Hand movements may become clumsy and the person may find it difficult to even to fasten buttons. However I found it dramaturgically clumsy, and as a whole, the ballet had less power than Alfred Rodrigues's 1953 work on the same subject. The heavy hit may come off occasionally, the clumsy guard may turn the point, but why misdirect energy? Not in general use until 18c. Imperative question : Do you know how to write a sentence? Oddly for such a visual director, he lays out the themes in clumsy, expository dialogue instead of just showing us. It cannot function as the subject of a sentence. I'll admit that the language is clumsy in places, and parts could be read as bolshy.
And clumsy, incompetent and inadequate. As the clumsy little boy approached he tripped, and fell into his waiting arms. If that's not available to you, you should be able to copy these here for use in your post. Despite her classic feminine behaviour, forgetful, clumsy, unpunctual and indecisive, she succeeds in her quest to find Susan. Michel spent a year apprenticing but he's clumsy and often drunk, so nobody really trusts him. Birds, generally, will not tolerate human beings, especially human beings with gigantic clumsy flying machines that fume with black smoke and sound like a flying earthquake. In the South African war improvised detachable deflection scales of wood or iron placed over the fore-sight, called gun arcs, were used, but this device was clumsy, inaccurate and insufficient, as it only gave about 30° right or left deflection, and only a sight that admitted of all-round laying could really satisfy the requirements.
Think you that our muckle clumsy bodies could run and hide as featly? I'll have no clumsy beasts enter my palace, to overturn and break all my pretty nick-nacks. He was a big clumsy galoot in how he delivered his theory, but you don't have to look that far to see what set him upon his soapbox. A lonely widow repining for the past while enduring the boisterous attentions of her clumsy Irish housekeeper encounters a cripple collecting money for an invalid hospital. Boule concluded that Neandertal man could not have walked erectly, but rather must have walked in a clumsy fashion. His characters are often awkward and clumsy, expressing people's inability to communicate. Show More Sentences At the door stood Malcolm Ramsay, a homely neighbour youth who had been courting Ursula in his clumsy way ever since she grew up.
What is amiss with your hand, you clumsy rogue, that you should wear linen round it? Cheapness caused by gluts of the market is merely a disease of clumsy and wanton commerce. The eider duck, though remarkable for beauty of plumage, is nevertheless a very clumsy bird. Meanwhile some clumsy clot seems to have copied and pasted from last year's invitations. It's a grand misstep full of clumsy guitars and a confused direction. Why did we ever choose to become clumsy land beasts when water is our essence and feels so much like home? Parrot's feather floats on the surface with a lacy delicacy that makes ferns look clumsy, while it works as a wonderful aerator for pond fish. I'm so completely clumsy and incapable of handling a sword or a gun that I just gave up on it.
Achebe's critics argue that he fails to distinguish Marlow's view from Conrad's, which results in very clumsy interpretations of the novella. As these clumsy tetrapods slowly became more mobile and terrestrially comfortable, their efforts to move more efficiently became an evolutionary force. The hints too had been so heavy and so clumsy that journalists well versed in the field of arms control were beginning to guess who it could be. A clumsy, forecastle method, and most pathetically engaging, to be sure! It's only the clumsy fool who gets tangled in the criminal law. It also includes a variety of practice exercises with detailed answer explanations for every topic. The arrangements for these objects were at once clumsy and incommodious. Now she faked her clumsy and awkward movements, often purposely stumbling over anything that came her way.
There was a clumsy clonk on his door and Malin let Mr. Denturist Steven Burchell, aged 41, of North Street, said the internet was now proving an invaluable surgery tool for those with clumsy choppers. Show More Sentences The clumsy frame-up attempt was as stupid as it was shortsighted. It promised to be an all-day job, and a clumsy one at the best. These clumsy wood snowshoes were heavy and made walking almost impossible.
I made this clumsy, half-hearted suicide attempt about a year ago. As it rocks from side to side, a walking penguin may look clumsy, but its movements are actually quite efficient. There were complaints from libraries and bibliographers that the Bulletin's full title was too clumsy. This is thought to provide protection to seabirds, which are often very clumsy on land. Broadly speaking, I wouldn't use a capital for spectroscopy. The tone is that of rancorous comedy, and there is skill in the writing, but the play, unlike the movie, is weighed down with a confusing prologue and a clumsy epilogue. The waiters were clumsy to the extent of walking in to people and dropping things, and forgetful, missing people out when pouring wine.