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  • 21Awk — ([add]k), a. [OE. auk, awk (properly) turned away; (hence) contrary, wrong, from Icel. [ o]figr, [ o]fugr, afigr, turning the wrong way, fr. af off, away; cf. OHG. abuh, Skr. ap[=a]c turned away, fr. apa off, away + a root ak, a[u^]k, to bend,… …

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  • 22Awkward — Awk ward ([add]k we[ e]rd), a. [Awk + ward.] 1. Wanting dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments; not dexterous; without skill; clumsy; wanting ease, grace, or effectiveness in movement; ungraceful; as, he was awkward at a trick; an… …

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  • 23Awkwardly — Awkward Awk ward ([add]k we[ e]rd), a. [Awk + ward.] 1. Wanting dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments; not dexterous; without skill; clumsy; wanting ease, grace, or effectiveness in movement; ungraceful; as, he was awkward at a… …

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  • 24Awkwardness — Awkward Awk ward ([add]k we[ e]rd), a. [Awk + ward.] 1. Wanting dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments; not dexterous; without skill; clumsy; wanting ease, grace, or effectiveness in movement; ungraceful; as, he was awkward at a… …

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  • 25Clumsier — Clumsy Clum sy, a. [Compar. {Clumsier}; superl. {Clumsiest}.] [OE. clumsed benumbed, fr. clumsen to be benumbed; cf. Icel. klumsa lockjaw, dial. Sw. klummsen benumbed with cold. Cf. 1st {Clam}, and 1st {Clamp}.] 1. Stiff or benumbed, as with cold …

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  • 26Clumsiest — Clumsy Clum sy, a. [Compar. {Clumsier}; superl. {Clumsiest}.] [OE. clumsed benumbed, fr. clumsen to be benumbed; cf. Icel. klumsa lockjaw, dial. Sw. klummsen benumbed with cold. Cf. 1st {Clam}, and 1st {Clamp}.] 1. Stiff or benumbed, as with cold …

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  • 27Clumsy — Clum sy, a. [Compar. {Clumsier}; superl. {Clumsiest}.] [OE. clumsed benumbed, fr. clumsen to be benumbed; cf. Icel. klumsa lockjaw, dial. Sw. klummsen benumbed with cold. Cf. 1st {Clam}, and 1st {Clamp}.] 1. Stiff or benumbed, as with cold.… …

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  • 28Splay — Splay, a. Displayed; spread out; turned outward; hence, flat; ungainly; as, splay shoulders. [1913 Webster] Sonwthing splay, something blunt edged, unhandy, and infelicitous. M. Arnold. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 29Unhandsome — Un*hand some, a. 1. Not handsome; not beautiful; ungraceful; not comely or pleasing; plain; homely. [1913 Webster] Were she other than she is, she were unhandsome. Shak. [1913 Webster] I can not admit that there is anything unhandsome or… …

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  • 30Unhandsomely — Unhandsome Un*hand some, a. 1. Not handsome; not beautiful; ungraceful; not comely or pleasing; plain; homely. [1913 Webster] Were she other than she is, she were unhandsome. Shak. [1913 Webster] I can not admit that there is anything unhandsome… …

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  • 31Unhandsomeness — Unhandsome Un*hand some, a. 1. Not handsome; not beautiful; ungraceful; not comely or pleasing; plain; homely. [1913 Webster] Were she other than she is, she were unhandsome. Shak. [1913 Webster] I can not admit that there is anything unhandsome… …

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  • 32unhandily — adverb see unhandy …

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  • 33unhandiness — noun see unhandy …

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  • 34First-rate — was the designation used by the Royal Navy for its largest ships of the line, those mounting 100 guns or more on three gundecks. [Bennett The Battle of Trafalgar , p. 19] First rate vessels carried over 800 crew and displaced in excess of 2,000… …

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  • 35Lord Charles Beresford — The Lord Beresford Beresford, as pictured in Queen Alexandra s Christmas Gift Book, distributed for charity Born 10 February …

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  • 36Smack (ship) — A smack was an English sailing vessel that was used to bring the fish to market for most of the 19th century and even in small numbers up to the Second World War. The smack was originally cutter rigged, until C1865 when the smacks became so large …

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  • 37Mogador class destroyer — Volta Class overview Name: Mogador Operators …

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  • 38Retecool — (English: Asscool ) is a weblog/webmagazine that has existed since May 23, 2000. The initiator of this project is Hubert Roth (aka Reet ). According to a survey by marketing blog MarketingFacts.nl, Retecool is currently the fourth largest weblog… …

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  • 39The Princess Diaries, Volume IV and 1/2: Project Princess — Infobox Book | name = The Princess Diaries Volume IV and 1/2: Project Princess title orig = translator = image caption = First edition cover author = Meg Cabot cover artist = country = United States language = English series = The Princess… …

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  • 4043rd Battalion Virginia Cavalry — 43rd Battalion of Virginia Cavalry Flag of Virginia Active June 10, 1863 to April 21, 1865 Country …

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