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  • adj. comparative form of klutzy: more klutzy


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  • Horses are klutzier than people think, and they can't really feel their if they're standing on you, they generally don't realize it until you start roaring GET OFF ME YOU LUMMOX!

    And it comes full circle

  • The gymnastics involving Misty Copeland got klutzier as the Scottish frolic wore on, perhaps because the dancers were getting fatigued, or maybe because the elevated handoffs all seemed so arbitrary that loose calibrations seemed already built in.

    All the World's a Stage, and I Wish Some People Would Get Off of It: James Wolcott

  • If you're klutzier when you're tired, it's that simple.

    Another reason to get done

  • He has short guy syndrome, particularly in the presence of the younger, larger and klutzier Joybelle, who tends to trample him when she's excited.



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