heavy-footed

[hev-ee-foot-id]
adjective
clumsy or ponderous, as in movement or expressiveness: music that is heavy-footed and uninspired.

Origin:
1615–25

heavy-footedness, noun
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heavy-footed
 
adj
having a heavy or clumsy tread

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Example sentences
Sanders is much too heavy-footed for the blind side.
Can pull and adjust in the second level, but labors to get into gear as he is heavy-footed.
He appears quite unaware that he is giving an amusing account of an earnest snooper in heavy-footed pursuit of an agile dodger.
Perhaps because it's so heavy-footed and humorless, the song always made me cringe.
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