The catwalk shows have become more professional endeavors—interminable waits are a rarity; clunky models are an exception.
But the company Jeffrey Campbell has done just that with its clunky monster of an ankle boot, called the ‘Lita’.
The first machine, the 914—so called because it could copy on paper nine inches by fourteen inches—was a complex, clunky beast.
Bill Clinton offered a few clunky clichés of his own on Wednesday, but not that many.
The show was mercilessly teased by Conan O'Brien for its clunky mix of sanitized action and square-jawed morality.
With his huge, clunky camera, he managed to convey the blur of invasion as a tank passes a church.
clunky watches like the Samsung Galaxy Gear are par for the course.
And the new Dodge Dart, the clunky classic reimagined as a high-mileage coupe, sold 3,045 units.
It makes the iPhone seem old and outdated, and makes Android phones seem big and clunky.
I have called this problem "the alternative knowledge system," but you don't need to use that clunky name to see the thing.
Blockish and ungraceful; stolidly unsophisticated: apair of clunkySonorabiker boots/ a clunkish magazine called Pick-Up Times/ The ads are so clunky and quaint that they transport one back to a seemingly more innocent consumer past (1970s+)