Traducción de ungraceful en Español:

ungraceful

sin gracia, adj.

Pronunciación /ʌnˈɡreɪsf(ə)l//ˌənˈɡreɪsfəl//ʌnˈɡreɪsfʊl/

adjetivo

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    sin gracia
    • I staggered across the tiles in ungraceful fashion, handbag swinging as I swore.
    • Had they had a wad of gum in their mouths, they would have been chewing it in an ungraceful, cowlike fashion.
    • The clunky, ungraceful writing is mostly to blame for this.
    • Dereth felt clumsy and ungraceful next to the two companions, as though they belonged to an exclusive club that he could never join.
    • The final hymn ‘All For Jesus’ was sung with Lara desperately trying to hide in her book to escape Mr Yorke's glares, appearing clumsy and ungraceful.
    • He is a peculiarly ungraceful taker of the ball and too often does not gather it clearly.
    • ‘There is nothing wrong with being in the mortal realm, brother,’ hissed Leara as she sat down in her seat in a most ungraceful manner.
    • I was ungraceful and most likely, a bit repulsive.
    • Then there was me, a tall, chestnut haired, grey eyed, and very ungraceful woman with a low and intelligent voice wearing a plain, but practical, dress.
    • He could bring grace and dignity to his work even when he was playing ungraceful, undignified people.
    • Unfortunately, their animations are ungraceful as well.
    • The most concrete observation I have of my ungraceful exit was the sign on the gatepost forbidding the imbibing of alcoholic beverages in the park by penalty of five hundred pounds.
    • The adorable couple next to me and their equally adorable daughter looked disconcerted at my ungraceful maneuvering around their seats.
    • In its movement it is awkward and ungraceful, though swift and savage as a pike.
    • It is impossible to escape the notion that the club is teetering on a ledge of uncertainty, a long, ungraceful fall on one side, a firm, solid footing on the other.
    • This girl wasn't as stupid and ungraceful as he had thought.
    • That most people walk in an ungraceful, ungainly and awkward manner with a forward inclination of the body does not mean that it is the normal way of walking.
    • He was incapable of an ungraceful movement and he lives in the hearts of all Hibs fans.
    • There are two cocker spaniels in the back, and a young woman with a most ungraceful air.
    • It would be rather ungraceful of me to criticise Mr Blair for this - not everything can take priority all of the time, as he is constantly reminding us.