graceless : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s lacking graciousness
a totally graceless hostess
- s lacking grace; clumsy
a graceless production of the play
- s lacking social polish
- A better statesman than politician, a tireless but graceless campaigner, a successful salesman who was liked but not well liked, the man seemed uncomfortable in his own skin.
- He is a mean-spirited, graceless bully.
- He has never liked the 26 receptions, the thousands of punishing or limp handshakes, the graceless requests for souvenir cuff links with the presidential seal.
News & Articles
- Watch the National Perform "This Is the Last Time" and "Graceless" on "Kimmel"
Last night, the National stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" . They performed Trouble Will Find Me tracks "This Is the Last Time" and "Graceless". Watch below and read our recent feature on the band here . "This Is the Last Time": "Graceless": Watch the National on Pitchfork.tv's "Over/Under":
Aug. 13, 2013 - Pitchfork
- Lou Dobbs in Forbes
After Spitzer withdrew the plan, Dobbs said the governor was "somewhat graceless in refusing to take responsibility for an irresponsible act."
- Alec Baldwin in Seattle Post Intelligencer
Baldwin called TMZ's Harvey Levin "a human tumor, a graceless character who lives in that weird netherworld" - and cut ties with Today show anchor Matt Lauer.
- Gary Cohen in Seattle Times
Before Hernandez's shot at Carter, play-by-play man Gary Cohen said: "Regardless of what happens, you can't be any more indelicate or graceless than Gary Carter was in saying the things he said about being available to take over the job. I just...