clunky

[ kluhng-kee ]
/ ˈklʌŋ ki /

adjective, clunk·i·er, clunk·i·est.Informal.

awkwardly heavy or clumsy: clunky metal jewelry; clunky shoes.

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Origin of clunky

First recorded in 1965–70; clunk + -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for clunky

clunky
/ (ˈklʌŋkɪ) /

adjective clunkier or clunkiest

making a clunking noise
informal ponderously ungraceful or unsophisticatedclunky boots
awkward or unsophisticatedthen you guffaw at clunky dialogue
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