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klutzy

(ˈklətsi)
mod. foolish; stupid. That was really a klutzy thing to do.
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But then again, the whole movie is built around Dan's klutzy discomfort, another Jack Black "clueless about how uncool he is" character comedy.
It's been some time since Britain produced such a charming and endearing little comedy with our klutzy heroine's dilemma one that singletons the world over will recognise.
American actress Lake Bell draws on her inner Bridget Jones in this breezy and funny rom-com, playing a klutzy London lass who has almost given up on love, until an accidental blind date takes her off in a new romantic direction.
After reviewing the video, a Houston PD spokesman declares the trio "the clumsiest criminals (he's) ever seen," but warns people that makes them doubly dangerous, because they're armed--and klutzy scaredy-cats.
It is a really klutzy clumsy looking device, but that's the way everything starts out.
But with technology getting to the point that even someone as klutzy as me can set up a computer or surround-sound system, the need for RadioShack has pretty much diminished.
Do guys get annoyed by a klutzy girl or do they think it's cute?
Is the poor moose just too klutzy to be friends with the industrious ducks?
There's not a great deal of story here, but the film gets by on Gerwig's charm and her klutzy, accident-prone character is a delight to watch.
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.
You were a pretty klutzy person if you didn't place a sugar bowl with cubes or lumps of sugar on the table when you served coffee to a neighbor who came calling." Photo submittea by June Coltman, Cromwell, Minn.
The Hall of Shame annually dishonors the year's most brazen, vicious or plain klutzy convicted insurance criminals.
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.