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- adjective Inelegant.
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- adjective Not
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LOS ANGELES (Ticker) -- Jason Allison is "unelegant" but effective.
It seem that some members of the Madrid delegation find us “unelegant” but are, nevertheless, impressed with the impact we have made here.
They made me look very elegant in a very unelegant store.
Deep Breaths... emu-head 2007
Exposing swathes of flesh is also seen as ‘unelegant’.
what not to wear 2004
"He is the most unelegant top player in the NHL," Murray said.
DETROIT (Ticker) -- The Detroit Red Wings have to be glad they will not be seeing the NHL's "most unelegant player" for a while.
Called the "most unelegant top player" by Kings coach Andy
I think the word used to describe him was unelegant.
Turning back to face them, he found himself wondering not for the first time what thoughts they debated in their highly guttural, unelegant language.
A Call to Arms Foster, Alan Dean, 1946- 1991
Rostrum, tis a heavy unelegant, verbose performance and did not strike my fancy at all.