cumbersomeness cumbersomeness


  • (n) trouble in carrying or managing caused by bulk or shape



  1. At present, complexity and cumbersomeness bedevil the software industry, creating an obstacle to even greater acceptance of microcomputers.
  2. NATO's complex cumbersomeness is chiefly on the political and economic side.
  3. Advantage: German troops could be speedily recruited for Western defense, without the cumbersomeness of intermixed commands.
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