Meaning of ungracefulness in English:

ungracefulness

Pronunciation /ʌnˈɡreɪsfʊlnəs/ /ʌnˈɡreɪsf(ə)lnəs/

noun

See ungraceful

‘If they don't, there's a kind of ungracefulness that's likely to reflect structural problems in the design.’
  • ‘There would be a great deal more ungracefulness than beauty in either a horse or a man that was so treated.’
  • ‘I say nothing about the ungracefulness of the translation but I much fear it will by many be taken as an indication of doctrinal bias.’
  • ‘Without the ungracefulness of a liquid-cooled engine's radiator and attendant plumbing to spoil the view, this motorcycles is a pleasure to peruse while sipping a hot coffee or a cold beer.’
  • ‘But despite kangaroos’ ungracefulness and clumsiness, and despite emus flightlessness and feistiness, both have been elevated to the position of Australia's national animal and bird, respectively.’