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  1. comparative form of awkward: more awkward
    • 1841, Catherine Grace Frances, Cecil: or, The adventures of a coxcomb: a novel, Volume 2
      Nothing can be awkwarder than the first evening spent together by the different members of a family united after long absence...
    • 1950, Richard Llewellyn, A few flowers for Shiner
      Couldn't have happened at an awkwarder time, this couldn't. Just when I was getting things taped. Now I'll have to start all over again, I suppose.
    • 1961, Ralph Ingersoll, Point of departure: an adventure in autobiography
      She was almost as tall as I, even awkwarder — and I think wore braces on her teeth.