from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. awkward to move or use especially because of shape.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Bungling; clumsy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. difficult to handle or manage especially because of shape
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If the training of the bowels and bladder will replace the diapers with drawers, the baby will attempt to walk sooner than when encumbered with a bunglesome bunch of diaper between the thighs.
The winters in Virginia, mild except for occasional freezes, with now and then snowfall during the three winter months, proved less arduous to the Englishmen than the two months of midsummer, when the mercury reaching into the nineties brought discomfort, especially since the men and women were clothed in the bunglesome garments, necessary in a cool zone frequently overhung with fog.
The simplest orders and directions received from his troop's commander, he either forgot to perform or executed in such a bunglesome manner as to drive Lieutenant Perkins 'irritable nature to the verge of hysteria.
These combined odours somewhat dispersed Dans gloom when he came back in squeaky Sunday shoes and a bunglesome cut-away coat.
The strips of gunny sacking which he had refused because they looked bunglesome he could see now were an immense protection against cold and wet.
One of them appeared very awkward and bunglesome and his failure produced much merriment.
These combined odours somewhat dispersed Dan's gloom when he came back in squeaky Sunday shoes and a bunglesome cut-away coat.
Another acquaintance of my morning saunter was the debonair Arkansas goldfinch, which has received its bunglesome name, not from the State of
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