- adv. In an unskilled manner.
- un- + skillfully (Wiktionary)
“While Pollack realized that he handled the situation unskillfully, challenging teachers is one of the most important aspects of this discipline, something rarely offered in the endless and relentless literature available concerning yoga teachers.”
“Another level of stupidity here is that she has tried to paint a lifelike *portrait* albeit unskillfully and not a *caricature* at all.”
“Remember how much we are alike, and that we all act unskillfully at times.”
“In the Bible, "sin" actually renders Hebrew and Greek words which literally mean "missing the mark," i.e., behaving inadequately or unskillfully.”
“I've repeatedly witnessed people respond unskillfully to stressful situations at work, in their home life, and even in the political arena all because of a fundamental misperception of what suffering really means, which is understandable because suffering has gotten a bad reputation in Western society.”
“The world cannot afford for us to move too slowly nor to move unskillfully.”
“The Raw in Snyder's analogy is that if you play the piano unskillfully, you neither kill nor wound anyone.”
“It has, in many cases, wielded its power unskillfully and to the detriment of powerless people all over the world.”
““It means to live unskillfully, blindly, and thus to suffer and cause suffering.””
“He went to “couple the cars,” and was hurt by a “large and long bolt, out of place,” which “unnecessarily, carelessly and unskillfully projected beyond the frame, beam or brakehead, in the way of the brakeman going to couple the cars.””
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