maladroitly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a maladroit manner
he dealt with the situation maladroitly
- Smart aleck Captain Alec Stratford Cunningham-Reid, a maverick Conservative who is regarded as a noisy nuisance by his own party, maladroitly interrupted the proceedings: he .
- His marriage of many years cracks apart, and he handles it maladroitly, announcing the breakup to the world without bothering to tell his wife that the marriage is over.
- Somewhat maladroitly, on March 16, four days after New Hampshire, he plunged in.