- adv.1 torpemente, con torpeza (handle, apologize)2 zafiamente, groseramente.3 toscamente (made)4 con poca fluidez (written).
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Clumsily — Clum si*ly, adv. In a clumsy manner; awkwardly; as, to walk clumsily. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
clumsily — adv. Clumsily is used with these verbs: ↑try … Collocations dictionary
clumsily — clumsy ► ADJECTIVE (clumsier, clumsiest) 1) awkward in movement or performance. 2) difficult to use; unwieldy. 3) tactless. DERIVATIVES clumsily adverb clumsiness noun. ORIGI … English terms dictionary
clumsily — adverb in a clumsy manner (Freq. 1) he snatched the bills clumsily • Derived from adjective: ↑clumsy … Useful english dictionary
clumsily — adverb see clumsy … New Collegiate Dictionary
clumsily — See clumsy. * * * … Universalium
clumsily — adverb done without care or finesse, often hurriedly or awkwardly. Syn: carelessly, sloppily … Wiktionary
clumsily — Synonyms and related words: airily, any old way, any which way, anyhow, ass backwards, awkwardly, blunderingly, bunglingly, carelessly, casually, cumbersomely, cursorily, disregardfully, forgetfully, gracelessly, haphazardly, heedlessly, helter… … Moby Thesaurus
clumsily — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. crudely, gawkily, stumblingly, bunglingly; see awkwardly … English dictionary for students
clumsily — adv. in an unwieldy manner; in an awkward manner … English contemporary dictionary
clumsily — clum·si·ly … English syllables