adjective, un·hand·i·er, un·hand·i·est.
Origin of unhandy
Examples from the Web for unhandy
But, the sides and ends being sewed to the roof made it unhandy to use as a shelter, when shelter was needed on short notice.Woodcraft and Camping|George Washington Sears (Nessmuk)
He would have been unhandy to cart around, and, if you got your prize butterfly the snake might have eaten him up.The Motor Boys in Strange Waters|Clarence Young
The boat was a crank, unhandy little craft; and lacked thole-pins on one side.The Boy with Wings|Berta Ruck
The after-part took every inch of the locks, and was unhandy in shape.A Century of Sail and Steam on the Niagara River|Barlow Cumberland
She was heavy, clumsy, unhandy—but that does not quite explain that power for mischief she had.A Set of Six|Joseph Conrad