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klutzy

(ˈklətsi)
mod. foolish; stupid. That was really a klutzy thing to do.
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He has a habit of thinking himself the coolest cat in the room, but typically breaks this illusion by doing something klutzy or making an awkward comment.
Control of their schools now passes out of their klutzy hands.
Each year, the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud inaugurates a new group of "America's most brazen, vicious or klutzy insurance crooks" to its Fraud Hall of Shame.
Her hit BBC sitcom, Miranda, in which she plays an exaggerated version of herself, a klutzy joke shop owner who is unlucky in love and life, has won a string of gongs, including three British Comedy Awards and three Royal Television Society awards.
Diane Amos pens a humorous and heartwarming story of a feisty yet klutzy woman who aspires to be a journalist and will do anything it takes to get there.
Lemon is clearly the comic, klutzy version of a brilliant and accomplished celebrity/star.
GET SMART: TV series th at ran from 1965 to '70 starring Don Adams as klutzy agent Maxwell Smart and Barbara Feldon as sexy, syrupy-voiced Agent 99.
Watching the character development along the sides of the stage was also entertaining, as a lot of hilarity ensued between Kitri's father and the klutzy Gamache.
Then maybe this gets a little too psychological, but my mother was a normal mother- a klutzy, big person who also was an incredible opera singer.
all a bit klutzy, and include a Spanish-speaking robot that nobody
Bella is klutzy and shy and finds it hard to fit in when she moves to a new town and a new school.
The Nutty Professor (1963) Jerry Lewis immortalizes the schizoid split between the nebbishy, brilliant, klutzy Jewish arrested-development manboy and the slick, Sammy Glick-ish hustler-type, Buddy Love.
With all this growth and learning taking place so quickly, pubescent animals, like humans, can appear a little klutzy at times.
This is at best a klutzy way of influencing complex behavior, and a useless device for controlling large populations in democracies.
Trouble is, their klutzy newest admirer has a tendency to accidentally hurt as easily as help - and she just might have a crush on Shu, much to Kluke's dismay