unathletic

unathletic

(ˌʌnæθˈlɛtɪk)
adj
lacking athletic ability
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It was so close to moving beyond that stereotype -- the image of a rich, old, unathletic white man making sexist jokes and trading real estate tips.
An awkward, unathletic prospect from Quigley Prep/Joliet Catholic, Mikan flourished under Ray Meyer's tutelage at DePaul, becoming a three-time All-American and two-time Player of the Year in college.
But it consoles an unathletic like me, who can't get past floating and, therefore, is not ever going to become a strong swimmer and unlikely to depart from this world by drowning.
The way Graham-Brown sees it, this easy going grammar school boy from County Durham - chubby, unathletic but an instinctive batsman - cut through the "stuffy, public school" attitudes then rife in the game.
It wasn't clear why the Iranian was attacked--whether it was because he was an immigrant, was Iranian, was Muslim, spoke accented English, came from a rival school, was small and unathletic.
Only goal difference separates Unathletic Madrid, All Stars V, Borussia Thy Teeth and Chicken Corma.
Cheating is yet to taint the sport, although there's always the fear one day someone steps on to the field with a vacuum cleaner between their legs Seb explains that quidditch has come a long way since unathletic Harry Potter fans attempted to mimic their hero.
undertaken as a rebellion against an unadventurous, protected childhood and unathletic self-image.
He is a solid counterpoint to Darren: noticeably gay, unathletic, emotional, and thrilled to be in the company of a luminary.
Years later, Janie grows up to be a unathletic blabbermouth.
The England striker has heard the soothsayers predict that his unathletic build will see him on the scrapheap by age 30, but says his beefiness will lengthen, not cut short, his career.
as an insult, people would stop thinking of girls as unathletic people.