Meaning of unhandiness in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnˈhandɪnəs/


See unhandy

‘We have got some big ones and they are getting to be whales regarding the size and unhandiness of them.’
  • ‘It is due to the high overhead and the unhandiness of the previous fault-tolerance systems.’
  • ‘Concentrating on the high-class image of Bussel, we came up with an innovative idea that could remove the unhandiness of existing stoves.’
  • ‘An attempt to increase the magnifying power would inevitably lead to a reduction of the field of vision and to an unhandiness of such spectacles.’
  • ‘They become ‘unhandy’ and in this unhandiness they fail to serve the function that they had served so inconspicuously up to that point.’