lumpenly


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lumpenly

(ˈlʌmpənlɪ)
adv
in a lumpen manner
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[I should add that my vocabulary has been enlarged by the terms "elasticated," "lumpenly," and "forensicated," which may just be a matter of Brit-speak.]
Admittedly, Britons lack the panache and humour of the French and Italians in bedroom matters - that's why our lumpenly dim daughters top Europe's poll of teenage pregnancies and abortions.
The show ends in a rush with a lumpenly delivered appeal for tolerance and understanding, shoehorned in before the big finale.