1(clumsy, awkward)(boots/furniture) tosco y pesado
- And those clumpy high-heeled lace-up shoes that Jasmine used to wear.
- Even in the cabaret shows you will see the girls in huge clumpy shoes and boots.
- In his new book, under his signature, he draws me a shoe - a big, clumpy one.
- Also, my dress is quite fitted and the tips of the shoes will poke out, so they can't be too clumpy.
- She was a gauche tomboy from the projects, in clumpy boots and combats.
- Her black skirt came only to her knee, and her big clumpy shoes kept slipping off her little feet.
- The girls share an awkward, boxy physical presence, highlighted by their penchant for vintage clothes and clompy boots.
- A really comfy fit, these aren't as clumpy and stiff as a lot of skate shoes - enabling better movement on the board.
- Residents with wooden floors should wear slippers inside, as the noise of high heels and clumpy shoes may annoy other residents
- The clumping was due to the fact that she was wearing her older brother's old boots, which fit her perfectly but were made for a man and were thus… clumpy.
- He was wearing clumpy blue and black trainers.