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1(walk/handle/apologize) torpemente(walk/handle/apologize) con torpeza
- I'm disgusted by what she's done, thinking of how clumsily she struggled and the mindless stupefaction of her gaze.
- He spends his days clumsily barging into rooms where girls are changing, only to get the living daylights pounded out of him.
- The flirtatious Emily spends a lot of time clumsily pursuing her crush.
- One of the lead actors is always stumbling clumsily through situations, while the other achieves an absurd but beautiful grace.
- We sense that he is not a casual victim of society but a child coming clumsily of age.
- Her exchanges with Damien - as she clumsily attempts to win his heart - are a joy
- Later the Puritans surrender to prurience and fornicate with anything in reach: one another, members of the audience, a lifesize doll that actually does come to life and tries clumsily, comically, to seduce a fellow in the front row.
- I was clumsily saying that maybe it was too big for her.
- He clumsily reciprocates her praise with the words, "You're a damn good woman painter."
- Clumsily apologizing for an earlier insulting comment, he claimed the fault was with the writer who reported his remark.
2(made/fashioned) toscamente(written) con poca fluidez
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