lumbersomeness

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lumbersomeness

(ˈlʌmbəsəmnɪs)
n
the state of being lumbersome
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Kwon, who evaded the attentions of Mohammad, had ample time to swivel and shoot, his low effort squirming past the lumbersome Hasan to effectively seal the contest and send South Korea to the top the standings with a perfect record after three matches.
Natalie Cassidy remained unperturbed when her quickstep was described by Craig as laboured and lumbersome, "like a flat tyre." But he sniffed "not a complete disaster".
This time last close season the manager was trying to off load Alonso to anyone wo would pay pounds 15million, just so he could buy the predictable and lumbersome Gareth Barry.