unwieldy

Part of speech: adjective

Moved with difficulty; bulky; clumsy.

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Usage examples "unwieldy":

  1. On that march my own outfit was as unwieldy as a gypsy's caravan. - "Notes of a War Correspondent", Richard Harding Davis.
  2. Its membership, instead of being seven, was over seventy, and it was thus a dignified though unwieldy body. - "British Committees, Commissions, and Councils of Trade and Plantations, 1622-1675", Charles M. Andrews.
  3. Lashing the unwieldy burden upon the sled, they fought their way along the coast again till George declared they were opposite the point where their friends went adrift. - "Pardners", Rex Beach.