- r without grace; rigidly
- r in a graceless manner
she moves rather gracelessly
- Greer made her point with a sustained, supercilious sneer that gracelessly combined ignorance with exhibitionist pseudo-erudition.
- If she's not traveling for work on weekends, she is likely to be gracelessly in-line skating with her sons by day and attending the opera at night.
- Earlier, when told that Nixon was critically ill, California Governor Ronald Reagan gracelessly said: "Maybe that will satisfy the lynch mob.
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- Dina Titus uses her experience to sweep aside Kihuen
Tuesday was a great day for government in Nevada. After a thorough educating on national level politics from Professor DinaTitus — a lesson which he was in desperate need of — Mr. Kihuen exited the race for Congressional District one in much the same way as he entered it: clumsily and gracelessly.
Feb. 19, 2014 - The Rebel Yell