inelegant : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a lacking in refinement or grace or good taste
- For several years, a host of mostly inelegant networking products have provided this service.
- The eccentric, inelegant and downright unmarketable designs that have gone before may be giving way to a new breed of electric car that is attractive, stylish and as much an .
- But the House Democrats, still playing by Reagan-era ground rules, were too frightened to go there: they proposed instead a weak, inelegant cap-and-trade system of the sort that .
- Silvio Berlusconi in AFP
We let people keep their mobile phones because, at least when I am there, no inelegant situations can arise,Berlusconi told a meeting of his People of Freedom party, "because I am a person of good taste, culture and elegance."
- Albert Mohler in BP News
The bottom line is that in an inelegant way we have a superior recommendation,task force member R. Albert Mohler Jr. said of the amendment process. "I think it's, in one sense, Southern Baptists at their very best -- sometimes a bit clumsy...
- Bill Keller in CBS News
It was probably inelegant wording,Mr. Keller said, who added later, "I don't know what was in my head at the time."