inelegantly inelegantly

Definition(s):

  • (adv) without elegance

Usage(s):

  1. That announcement, along with the formation of a new, inelegantly named Commonwealth of Independent States, came as a stunning surprise but hardly a shock.
  2. And the only new planet Kepler did see, inelegantly named HAT-P-7b, wasn't exactly new.
  3. That announcement, along with the formation of a new, inelegantly named Commonwealth of Independent States, came as a stunning surprise but hardly a shock.

News

  • Meet The HTC One ‘M8?, Available Today With Google Play Edition Shipping Soon

    HTC has revealed its HTC One (M8) smartphone, the gorgeous, if somewhat inelegantly named Android flagship and successor to last year’s original HTC One, the best-selling phone in HTC’s history. The device is debuting in ‘Gunmetal Gray,’ a finish we got a look at in a video leak yesterday, ‘Glacial Silver,’ and ‘Amber Gold,’ with a unibody all-metal… Read More
    on March 25, 2014     Source: TechCrunch

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