graceless

[greys-lis] /ˈgreɪs lɪs/
adjective
1.
lacking grace, pleasing elegance, or charm.
2.
without any sense of right or propriety.
Origin
1325–75; Middle English; see grace, -less
Related forms
gracelessly, adverb
gracelessness, noun
Example Sentences for graceless
She socialized with anyone who was appropriate but shunned anyone who was rude, graceless, violent.
If you're new to the sport, you'll wonder how automakers expect refined adults to go through such graceless muscling.
We reject the past and the future, and this repudiation is manifest in our graceless constructions.
His famous legacy suddenly seems altered by the reflected light of this gloomy, twilit, graceless day.
The pity is that a sound inspiration found so poor and graceless an expression.
Sharp watched this graceless bedside with indomitable patience.
In such a discussion it is inevitable that one gets mixed up with dry, graceless, technical matters.
The same graceless sarcasm, the same impersonal and self-righteous hatred, is directed against the three of us.
They were all so graceless or so full of grace, that they could not be prevailed on to pray.
The intensity of her recall provides the book with its graceless but sincere sentiment and style.
British Dictionary definitions for graceless
graceless (ˈɡreɪslɪs)
 
adj
1.  lacking any sense of right and wrong; depraved
2.  lacking grace or excellence
 
'gracelessly
 
adv
 
'gracelessness
 
n

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