Definition of inelegance in English:

inelegance

Pronunciation /inˈeləɡ(ə)ns/ /ɪnˈɛləɡ(ə)ns/

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noun

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‘It keeps me in a continual state of inelegance.’
  • ‘The company hated its inelegance and destroyed many copies.’
  • ‘Mind you, sartorial inelegance is hardly a crime.’
  • ‘Meg giggled at her inelegance and assessed her companion.’
  • ‘In Japan, the country of my birth, I tried to write in a neutral style, without either elegance or inelegance.’
  • ‘Some nights he puts up shots of such inelegance the ball seems propelled by a hammer blow.’