inelegantly


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Related to inelegantly: prioritise, take advantage, unpreparedness

in·el·e·gant

 (ĭn-ĕl′ĭ-gənt)
adj.
Lacking refinement or polish; not elegant.

in·el′e·gant·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.inelegantly - without elegance
elegantly - with elegance; in a tastefully elegant manner; "the room was elegantly decorated"
Translations
بِدون أناقَه، بِدون لَباقَه
bez elegance
uelegant
nem elegánsan
óglæsilega

inelegantly

[ɪnˈelɪgəntlɪ] ADVde manera poco elegante

inelegantly

advunelegant; she walks very inelegantlyihr Gang ist ohne Eleganz, sie hat einen wenig eleganten Gang

inelegantly

[ɪnˈɛlɪgəntlɪ] advpoco elegantemente

inelegant

(inˈeligənt) adjective
not graceful; not elegant. She was sprawled in a chair in a most inelegant fashion.
inˈelegantly adverb
inˈelegance noun
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You know it's impossible for people to make themselves love other people if they don't," cried Jo inelegantly but remorsefully, as she softly patted his shoulder, remembering the time when he had comforted her so long ago.
Satisfied with this testimony in their favor, the girls proceeded to deposit the body in a shell, ingeniously, and not inelegantly, fabricated of the bark of the birch; after which they lowered it into its dark and final abode.
The moon turns into a smudge and light crashes inelegantly into buildings it should be cascading past.
We witness and celebrate the loving commitment of this couple now because we love them and because we choose to celebrate love no matter how inelegantly it's practiced or how ineloquently it's expressed.
Whatever fit was clutched rather inelegantly, close to their chest, lest someone else grab it.
In 21 appearances, spread over two seasons - and two spells with the club - Angell managed just one goal, fittingly bundled inelegantly over the line in a 4-2 defeat of Chelsea.
Malan then imploded early in the third over of the afternoon, cannoning Jason Holder inelegantly into his off stump, for good measure.
Malan imploded early in the third over of the afternoon, cannoning Jason Holder inelegantly into off stump, but Root moved serenely towards his special 50.
But it is what I often inelegantly call "Man-Sheff-Leeds-Pool" that distinguishes the Northern Powerhouse, and Manchester, which sits at the heart of it, is certainly among the early beneficiaries.
Mary Sarah Bilder's inelegantly titled Madison's Hand: Revising the Constitutional Convention analyzes in unprecedented detail the provenance and development of Madison's "Notes on the Debates in the Constitutional Convention" and thereby gives a much-needed and long-desired account of the transcription of and revisions to the most important account of the drafting of the federal Constitution.
However there was no laptop in sight during his 45-minute set, as he inelegantly drooped around the cramped ThinkTank stage.
This idea can be taken both literally and metaphorically: space is always at a premium in Hong Kong, and the economic highs of years past have slowly and inelegantly faded.