Its components were simple, inelegant, and, by Western standards, of seemingly workmanlike craftsmanship.
It was Callista, officer, who forced her husband to make his inelegant comments on Medicare that infuriated the conservative base.
The clothes, however, were a chaotic pastiche of fur and glitter assembled in inelegant ways.
The ornament upon them is not inelegant, and is somewhat Saracenic in its character.
It is often seen in pictures and portraits.403 It is inelegant and destitute of meaning.
You must certainly, in the course of your little experience, have felt the different effects of elegant and inelegant speaking.
The use of this word in the sense of determined is not only inelegant but indefensible.
To say the least, it is inelegant; and Pansy Blossoms should be very elegant, to match their lovely dress, and general appearance.
They were built of unhewn stone, but solid, and not inelegant.
At sunset, Monsieur Manuel returned, led us into another apartment, where a not inelegant dinner was served up to us.