inelegantly

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EtymologyEdit

inelegant +‎ -ly

AdverbEdit

inelegantly (comparative more inelegantly, superlative most inelegantly)

  1. In an inelegant manner.
    • 1966, James Workman, The Mad Emperor, Melbourne, Sydney: Scripts, page 84:
      Seianus lay inelegantly on his couch because of his bulk.

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