It was very sharp, but its weight would have been unwieldly for a slight man.
He was a big, fat, unwieldly person, but he pursued the fugitive vigorously.
Fluff had left them; she was engaged in an eager game of play with an overgrown and unwieldly pup and a Persian kitten.
Like some ghostly bride he stumbled up through the lurid night, dragging the unwieldly train behind him.
At length we stopped, and the chief raised up a thick, heavy mat which hung like an unwieldly curtain in front of a doorway.
Paul darted, as quickly as his unwieldly bulk would allow, into the middle of the street.
This may be: though I think Russia is too unwieldly and rotten-ripe ever to make a huge progress in conquest.
The Professor, as I remembered him, had an elephantine sense of humour capable of the most clumsy and unwieldly gambollings.
The cable used in crossing the unwieldly flat had long been submerged and the posts which held it wrenched from their fastenings.
This sent him reeling against the wall, where he felt the muscles of an unwieldly arm tighten about his neck.
late 14c., "lacking strength," from un- (1) "not" + Old English wielde "active, vigorous," from Proto-Germanic *walth- "have power" (see wield). Meaning "moving ungracefully" is recorded from 1520s; in reference to weapons, "difficult to handle, awkward by virtue of size or shape" it is attested from 1540s.