unhandy

[uhn-han-dee]
adjective, unhandier, unhandiest.
1.
not skillful in manual work: He's unhandy when it comes to fixing things around the house.
2.
inconveniently placed or arranged.
3.
difficult to handle or use, as tools or objects.

Origin:
1655–65; un-1 + handy

unhandily, adverb
unhandiness, noun


1. clumsy, awkward, inept, bumbling.
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unhandy (ʌnˈhændɪ)
 
adj
1.  not skilful with one's hands; clumsy; awkward
2.  inconvenient

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Example sentences
In all unhandy places there were buckets, brooms, rags and bottles.
They are not only in artistic but awkward and unhandy.
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