He was unhandy to a degree quite unexampled in the experience of all who knew him.
The ship, like all Spanish ships, was unhandy and a poor sailor.
I heard 'em tell, Deacon Enos, that the squire served you something of an unhandy sort of trick about that 'ere lot of land.
It was the decision that the two frigates were unhandy for cruising inshore.
Luke knew considerable about an engine, and the lawyer was not unhandy himself.
Moreover, it's such an unhandy thing that we can't both of us carry it.
The one large lugsail, too, and little jib form a most unhandy rig.
The after-part took every inch of the locks, and was unhandy in shape.
It seems as if everything on the place was devised to make work as hard, unhandy, and wrong-end-to as possible.'
Do not have these sails cut too large, as they are then unhandy and cannot be kept properly sheeted.