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  • n  the quality of lacking refinement and good taste

  • The Bush budget sank of its own cynical inelegance.
  • Inserting a silicon chip into the human brain involves a certain irreducible inelegance of scale.
  • In Radcliffe we have a seminary in which the prime virtue seems to be the displaying of the most acute sartorial inelegance that it is possible to imagine, an inelegance that has .

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