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clumsy

clumsy

/ˈkɫəmzi/
adjective
doing things or moving in a way that lacks control and care, usually causing accidents
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And that this clumsy process could not be possible for the majestic beauty of our world.

This is great if you're a little bit clumsy.

I get so clumsy when I'm wet, you know?

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drowsy

drowsy

/ˈdɹaʊzi/
adjective
feeling very sleepy
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It's drowsy.

I said, "Do you feel a little bit drowsy?

First, drowsy driving accounts for more accidents than drunk driving or driving under the influence of other substances combined.

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flimsy

flimsy

/ˈfɫɪmzi/
adjective
lacking solidity or strength
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And these flimsy sewing kits filled with needles?

I've made a flimsy take and I'm proud of it.

The screen's definitely a bit on the flimsy side.

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frowzy

frowzy

/fɹˈaʊzi/
adjective
negligent of neatness especially in dress and person; habitually dirty and unkempt

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queasy

queasy

/ˈkwizi/
adjective
causing or fraught with or showing anxiety
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Did that description almost make you feel as queasy as Billie?

So I start to walk and get a little queasy.

It's time for cheesy chocolate versus chocolate cheesy, which'll we love and which'll make us queasy?

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sleazy

sleazy

/ˈsɫizi/
adjective
of very poor quality; flimsy
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McMahon paired him up with a theatrically sleazy manager by the name of ClassyFreddie Blassie.

A Mafia sleazy bar, and they watered down drinks.

Winters played a sleazy businessman mourning his wife and dealing with amnesia in the 2002 direct-to-video release Hellraiser:

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tipsy

tipsy

/ˈtɪpsi/
adjective
slightly intoxicated
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I'm too tipsy

I think I'm a little tipsy.

Is anyone like a little tipsy?

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dowdy

dowdy

/ˈdaʊdi/
adjective
(of a woman) old-fashioned, boring, and not attractive
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Once considered a pretty dowdy way to travel.

So at 50, why should a woman look dowdy?

I'm Erin dowdy help people expand their consciousness

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slovenly

slovenly

/ˈsɫəvənɫi/
adjective
negligent of neatness especially in dress and person; habitually dirty and unkempt

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uncanny

uncanny

/ənˈkæni/
adjective
suggesting the operation of supernatural influences
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The pastel palette bears an uncanny resemblance to the community in season three's "Nosedive."

It's the thing that creates the uncanny valley.

That is uncanny, man!

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motley

motley

/ˈmɑtɫi/
adjective
consisting of a haphazard assortment of different kinds

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finicky

finicky

/ˈfɪnəki/
adjective
demanding or showing an excessive care and attention to small details
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Crystallography is an incredibly finicky technique.

It’s incredibly finicky and requires a ton of coordinated hand-eye feedback to maintain.

It's worth noting, though, that this specific study design is... kinda finicky.

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portly

portly

/ˈpɔɹtɫi/
adjective
(especially of a man) having a stout build

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leery

leery

/ˈɫɪɹi/
adjective
openly distrustful and unwilling to confide
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Now I'm a little bit leery of the language of allies.

But be leery of free or really cheap ones because they can track you too.

But that doesn't matter because people are leery of moving DNA between species.

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giddy

giddy

/ˈɡɪdi/
adjective
lacking seriousness; given to frivolity
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[Andrew] I am giddy with joy right now.

LAURA CARMICHAEL, Actress: I did get giddy sort of reading the characters again.

She was just giddy.

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burly

burly

/ˈbɝɫi/
adjective
muscular and heavily built
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The girls step into litters carried by some burly slaves.

- So it's burly dudes and hot chicks? -

It's big, it's burly, it's mean.

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tercentenary

tercentenary

/tˌɜːsəntˈiːnɛɹi/
noun
the 300th anniversary (or the celebration of it)

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tawdry

tawdry

/ˈtɔdɹi/
adjective
tastelessly showy
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This is just, this is tawdry stuff.

And there's nothing wrong with cheap, tawdry, and loveless for your first time.

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stagy

stagy

/stˈeɪdʒi/
adjective
having characteristics of the stage especially an artificial and mannered quality
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There was nothing stagy about it.

It never felt stagy, you know.

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