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  • noun Plural form of maladroit.

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Examples

  • I have a feeling, though, that my partner will be there to gloat when those celestial maladroits again foregather to conspire.

    Angry Lead Skies

  • The poor old lady, wearied at last, profited by the sound of breaking china to go out hurriedly, grumbling at maladroits.

    An Eagle Flight A Filipino Novel Adapted from Noli Me Tangere

  • Unfortunately the senate unables these social maladroits to hide from public scrutiny through inner party polling.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • If Obambi doesn’t put someone in charge at DHS that can use DHS powers to keep terrorists from getting on a plane in Lagos and successfully connecting through Amsterdam, then America is doomed to a bleak future of inhaling the fumes from the burning crotches of thousands of maladroits.

    Matthew Yglesias » Too Much Information

  • "Then they insisted only criminals and maladroits were taken, or travelers who tried to break into the monastery and rob them.

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • Once I had come to accept that I was anti-fields, and that I couldn’t change who I was, I had no choice but to align myself with the other maladroits in the Village like Meredith Viera who consistently supported the anti-development candidates of the Dobbs Ferry Democratic Committee.

    Citizen Media in Smalltown, USA

  • 'maladroits,' which in this region is perhaps the supreme term of abuse ....

    The Task of Social Hygiene

  • "See ye not, maladroits," said the Duke, "that your shafts and bolts fall harmless on those ozier walls?

    Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — Volume 12

  • "See ye not, maladroits," said the Duke, "that your shafts and bolts fall harmless on those ozier walls?

    Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — Complete

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