- clumsy; awkward: If you weren't so klutzy you wouldn't have dropped it.
- unwieldy; bulky or awkward: a klutzy pair of boots.
- inept or thoughtless; boneheaded: a klutzy remark.
Origin of klutzy
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Examples from the Web for klutzy
Romney, meanwhile, is having a klutzy week, kissing off as “not very much” what turned out to be $374,000 in speaking fees.What If Newt Wins S.C.?
January 19, 2012
Word Origin and History for klutzy
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