[ US /ənˈwiɫdinəs/ ]
  1. the quality of being difficult to direct or control by reason of complexity
    avoiding the unwieldiness of formal legal processes
    the onset of unwieldiness and bureaucracy in large organizations
  2. trouble in carrying or managing caused by bulk or shape
    the movers cursed the unwieldiness of the big piano
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How To Use unwieldiness In A Sentence

  • But instead this dinosaur, this Tyrannosaurus rex of rockets that ruled the early nuclear ages, may have—in its very monstrous unwieldiness—as Yarynich put it, saved the world. How the End Begins
  • The company has struggled for years to prove that synergies among branches justify the inherent unwieldiness of a far-flung conglomerate.
  • Just look at those phrases: `cumbersome unwieldiness' and ` burdenous corpulence' -- the words themselves sagging and ungainly on the line. THE CALLIGRAPHER
  • Lapsang Souchong (sustaining properties), manuscripts (unwieldiness) comments: Manuscript 3
  • te 8 Love's Diet it5p6,5p5To what a cumbersome unwieldiness And burdenous corpulence my love had grown, THE CALLIGRAPHER
  • avoiding the unwieldiness of formal legal processes
  • The practical effect of this unwieldiness is visible, on a much smaller scale, in the office of Michael Leiter, the director of the National Counterterrorism Center. Top Secret America: The growth of top-secret government since 9/11
  • FSG (generosity), manuscripts (unwieldiness) comments: Manuscript
  • That fear became an even greater factor when, due to African resistance and rebellion and the unwieldiness of slave-run plantation industrialisation, the slave trade was abolished in 1807.
  • And last week the idea of positioning it using an RAF Chinook was abandoned when bad weather and the sheer unwieldiness of the cargo defeated the airlift.
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