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- adv. In an ungraceful manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an ungraceful manner; awkwardly; inelegantly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without grace; rigidly
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Politicians face these exits too -- and I don't mean the kind of premature one Anthony Weiner made so ungracefully this month.
She could not do anything ungracefully, but that did not prevent her improving upon nature a bit, when she reached forth and deftly snuffed the red wick from the midst of the yellow flame.
Thereafter only the fit were chosen, and very ungracefully did they respond.
She grows amazingly long braids, which four years later, she uses as rope to lasso a nearby tree and swing to safety … ungracefully, for that touch of humor and realism.
It will be great fun to watch him flap around for a few more months, before he falls, ungracefully, out of the limelight.
However he is awoken from his sleep as Picts attack the Roman fort, and we see the first Roman soldier going down rather ungracefully as a weapon is thrust upwards from below to take out his weapon, with the rest of him following suit.
I think that's the only way to defuse the risk that Hillary desides to lose ungracefully, which at this point almost seems likely.
She trudged ungracefully to the shed and grasped the latch.
As Eliza dropped ungracefully into the seat next to Alice, Mrs. Hodge shot her a disapproving look.
I was tangled in my long T-shirt, so I sat up rather ungracefully and brushed my hair out of my face.