clumsy person

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Noun1.clumsy person - a person with poor motor coordinationclumsy person - a person with poor motor coordination
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
butterfingers - someone who drops things (especially one who cannot catch a ball)
duffer - an incompetent or clumsy person; "as a golfer he was only a duffer"
gawk, goon, lout, lubber, lummox, oaf, stumblebum, clod, lump - an awkward stupid person
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When the hack was initially posted online months ago, a commenter said: "I'm a very clumsy person, I can only imagine the amount of times I would stab myself with that key."
It's another expression that means extremely awkward or clumsy person. But applied in this situation, to handle a delicate situation badly and not to act in a clumsy manner that may result or cause damage or destruction.
BUMBO A Clumsy person B Drink of rum, sugar and nutmeg C A confused or noisy situation who am I?
Sharp insisted he had no memory of burning the dog and claimed he was a "clumsy person."
Dustin Hoffman once played him as a loveable but clumsy person for whom things just never turned out to be right, and the great English actor Henry Goodman portrayed him as a tweedy academic.
I am a clumsy person when it comes to handling devices.
As a socially clumsy person with Asperger's syndrome, I have discovered there is no defense from thin-skinned, politically correct, humorless Eugeneans.
"Many of my friends know that I am a very clumsy person. Right before I was about to go on stage, I slipped and fell flat on my bum!
He said: "I am the tallest, heaviest and most clumsy person to ever be on Strictly.