clunky

[kluhng-kee]
adjective, clunkier, clunkiest. Informal.
awkwardly heavy or clumsy: clunky metal jewelry; clunky shoes.

Origin:
1965–70; clunk + -y1

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clunky (ˈklʌŋkɪ)
 
adj , clunkier, clunkiest
1.  making a clunking noise
2.  informal ponderously ungraceful or unsophisticated: clunky boots
3.  awkward or unsophisticated: then you guffaw at clunky dialogue

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clunky
"blocky, ungraceful," by 1968 (when it was the name of a style of women's shoe), from clunk.
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Example sentences
What replaces clunky, dangerous automobiles and toxic, sprawling asphalt roads
  is the exciting stuff.
That's the recipe for this clunky, fraudulent, yet apparently crowd-pleasing
  laugh-and-tear-jerker.
First, there's the name-better to pick another place than to have to mutter
  those clunky syllables on the phone to a date.
The clunky plot continues to be riddled with implausibilities, and the movie
  runs a slack two hours and thirty-four minutes.
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