cumbersomely


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cum·ber·some

 (kŭm′bər-səm)
adj.
1. Difficult to handle because of weight or bulk: tried to lug the cumbersome luggage up the stairs.
2. Difficult to use or deal with: cumbersome instructions; a cumbersome name; a cumbersome registration process.

cum′ber·some·ly adv.
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cumbersomely

adv move, writeschwerfällig; phrased alsoumständlich; dressedhinderlich
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