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Definition of "unwieldiness" [unwieldiness]

  • The characteristic of being unwieldy. (noun)

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Use "unwieldiness" in a sentence
  • "The failure, if there was a failure, lay within the process, the system, the, "unwieldiness," the too fast a deadline."
  • "But instead this dinosaur, this Tyrannosaurus rex of rockets that ruled the early nuclear ages, may have—in its very monstrous unwieldiness—as Yarynich put it, saved the world."
  • "For the record, my concerns about The Avengers have more to do with the unwieldiness of the project and those at Marvel than it does with Joss Whedon's capabilities as a filmmaker."