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Definition of Unwieldily

Unwieldily
Unwieldy Un*wield"y, a. Not easily wielded or carried; unmanageable; bulky; ponderous. ``A fat, unwieldy body of fifty-eight years old.' --Clarendon. -- Un*wield"i*ly, adv. -- Un*wield"i*ness, n.

Meaning of Unwieldily from wikipedia

- years), for long time intervals where stating the number of days would be unwieldy and unintuitive. By convention, the Julian year is used in the com****tion...
- 1980s, maintaining a single, centralized host table had become slow and unwieldy and the emerging network required an automated naming system to address...
- According to Richard Dawkins, a distinction between agnosticism and atheism is unwieldy and depends on how close to zero a person is willing to rate the probability...
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- The Daily Telegraph, reported that "Gamergate has since swelled into an unwieldy movement with no apparent leaders, mission statement, or aims beyond calling...
- split its stock when the market price per share is so high that it becomes unwieldy when traded. One of the reasons is that a very high share price may deter...
- The site's critical consensus states, Although its plot is admittedly unwieldy, The Man in the High Castle's second season expands its fascinating premise...
- strength of 1,031 tanks each. But these large armoured formations were unwieldy, and moreover they were spread out in scattered garrisons, with their subordinate...
- Maggie Lee of Variety describes the film as "monumental, if sometimes unwieldy" and "the saga does share similar sentiments of survival, grit and triumph...
- market. In 1982, Unilever management decided to reposition itself from an unwieldy conglomerate to a more concentrated FMCG company. In 1984, Unilever acquired...
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