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clumsy lacking physical grace or coordination; awkward; fumbling. [2/3 definitions]
clunky functioning in an awkward or slow and inefficient manner. [1/2 definitions]
constrained artificially stiff; awkward. [1/2 definitions]
corner an awkward position from which escape is difficult. [2/10 definitions]
cornered in an awkward, embarrassing, or dangerous position from which escape is difficult. [1/2 definitions]
cub an inexperienced, immature, or awkward young person. [1/2 definitions]
cumbersome awkward or unmanageable because of size, shape, or weight. [1/2 definitions]
fix a difficult or awkward situation; dilemma; predicament. [1/13 definitions]
gangly tall, slender, and awkward; gangling.
gawky ungainly; awkward; clumsy.
geek a person who is considered to be socially different or awkward, esp. because of being overly intellectual. [1/3 definitions]
ham-handed clumsy or indelicate, as using large awkward hands or an awkward, insensitive approach.
heavy-handed not adept or skillful; without dexterity or talent for precision; awkward; clumsy. [1/2 definitions]
hitch1 an awkward gait; limp or hobble. [1/9 definitions]
hobble an awkward, halting, or unsteady walk or gait; limp. [1/6 definitions]
inconvenience the condition or quality of being awkward or troublesome. [1/3 definitions]
kettle of fish (informal) an awkward, difficult, or embarrassing situation.
lumpy awkward; heavy; clumsy. [1/2 definitions]
ponderous awkward or unwieldy because of weight or size. [1/3 definitions]
schlep a clumsy or awkward person. [1/4 definitions]
scrabble an awkward or careless bit of writing; scribble. [1/4 definitions]