It seemed to me the most hideous motion I had ever seen—so unnatural, so ungraceful, so repellent.
Must we make the ungraceful confession that Gerald was not very much in love!
Women then found her parsimonious, ungraceful in dress and manner, sour in temper!
"It was all there," but all unseemly, ungraceful, undignified; for Polly Dill was pretty.
Thus their lofty choir is robbed of half its effect and looks square-shouldered and ungraceful by comparison.
He was long and lean and angular, and his positions were ungraceful.
The gait of the men, on the contrary, is free and not ungraceful.
A new fashion of dress seems at first to be absurd, ungraceful, or indecent.
Carlyle was ungraceful with impunity; Lamb could not have been so.
I had hoped to have announced this news in a less abrupt and ungraceful manner.