- adj. Alternative form of ham-handed.
“Possibly our operatives were kind of hamhanded yesterday.”
“I'm thinking of EA's hamhanded attempts at promoting Dante's Inferno specifically.”
“I submit that any such “solution”, by the very nature of regulation itself — is bound to be hamhanded, inflexible, and poorly-targeted.”
“But Abrams strikes a more or less successful balance, aside from a few hamhanded “R2-D2, meet C-3PO” moments and a little too much handholding and lampshade-hanging.”
“It's generally very well written, though I found that the directing can be a bit hamhanded.”
“The problem I had with it is the delivery of those messages was supremely hamhanded at best.”
“Or, more probably, there was hamhanded editorial interference — insisting on gratuitous killings of characters, for instance.”
“And Republicans 'hamhanded reaction to his white paper shows just how staggeringly disorganized they are.”
“All these conservative talking points during the campaign carried all sorts of nasty and exclusive demographic freight, as evidenced by the fact that they were generally delivered by politicians who avoided the more hamhanded "Barack the Magic Negro" types of rhetorical overkill.”
“Has there ever been a more hamhanded and transparent propaganda effort to creat a rationale for war than the pathetic creations of the last few weeks against Iran, other than the transparent and pathetic lies used to set up the illegal and immoral invasion of Iraq that is?”
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