adjective, un·wield·i·er, un·wield·i·est.
Origin of unwieldy
Related formsun·wield·i·ly, adverbun·wield·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for unwieldly
Tom did considerable execution with his unwieldly weapon before the girls finally threw themselves upon him.The Automobile Girls at Chicago|Laura Dent Crane
But all methods of notation preceding the Arabic were unwieldly, complex, and incomplete.The Reign of the Manuscript|Perry Wayland Sinks
Paul darted, as quickly as his unwieldly bulk would allow, into the middle of the street.Boyhood in Norway|Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen
If he could have held the boat in its course, as with a pair of oars, he might have made progress even with that unwieldly paddle.
Fluff had left them; she was engaged in an eager game of play with an overgrown and unwieldly pup and a Persian kitten.Frances Kane's Fortune|L. T. Meade