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Use "gawky" in a sentence
"Local wineries fell into this trap as well, resulting in gawky, disjointed wines that did both the grape and the region a disservice."
"Then he calls a gawky, red-haired chap, that stood good six-feet two:"
"When she was 15, she was spotted in Covent Garden by a model scout and signed up for a shoot with Elle magazine, whose then editor, Sally Brampton, later recalled the gawky teenager as "a bird of paradise"."