Definition of Clumsier

1. Adjective. (comparative of clumsy) ¹



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Definition of Clumsier

1. clumsy [adj] - See also: clumsy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clumsier

clumped
clumped up
clumper
clumpers
clumpier
clumpiest
clumpiness
clumpinesses
clumping
clumping up
clumpish
clumplike
clumps
clumps up
clumpy
clumsier (current term)
clumsies
clumsiest
clumsily
clumsiness
clumsinesses
clumsy
clumsy person
clunch
clunches
cluneal
clunes
clung
clunk
clunked

Literary usage of Clumsier

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1887)
"The organon of mathematical reasoning is a far clumsier and blunter instrument than the organon by which humanistic difficulties are decided, ..."

2. The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind by Herbert George Wells (1921)
"They were migratory, but not in the strict sense of the word "nomadic"; they moved in a slower, clumsier fashion than did the later, more specialized ..."

3. Views of Christian Nurture, and of Subjects Adjacent Thereto: And of by Horace Bushnell (1848)
"Doubtless it will fit more awkwardly in some than in others, and make a clumsier figure; for probably some of the schemes are clumsier than others, ..."

4. The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries: To-day and in Days of Old by Charles George Harper (1895)
"The vans were similar to the stage-coaches, but much larger and clumsier, and jogged along at a very easy pace. They took, in fact, from fifteen to sixteen ..."

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