How to use Clunky in a sentence

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  • Maybe I am just too used to the Adventure series but, they do feel a tad clunky.

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  • The zombie genre has produced all types of zombies; some can run, others can manipulate weapons or items with dexterity, and others are just slow and clunky.

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  • Military boots are a bad idea because of their clunky, harsh look.

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  • Sometimes collections of columns work very well - others seem a little clunky.

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  • Apple ones look really clunky compared to the higher resolution ones.

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  • Dialog, in particular, I find clunky and slow.

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  • The Rock from Thermos may sound a bit clunky, but mine is more than ten years old and still going strong.

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  • Most importantly, the game is often a little clunky around the edges, with little weight to your characters or actions.

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  • Early WAP sites were slow, clunky and badly designed.

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  • Google Desktop 4 beta is less clunky than its predecessor, and we love the zippy search and creative Sidebar Gadgets.

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  • I've used a big clunky 35mm SLR til now with varying results.

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  • The old chat was very, erm... clunky to say the least.

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  • Good color PostScript output can also be achieved with older Macs running System 6 or higher but the procedure is a little more clunky.

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  • Overall the designs work, if some of the scene changes are a bit clunky.

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  • The clunky belt loop on the top of these phones houses the phone's aerial.

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  • Yes, it's clunky, silly and often downright obscene.

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  • Do not be put off by some slightly clunky, overly verbose dialog.

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  • Often slow-moving scenes also shifted unconvincingly between stylized comedy to seriousness, for the sake of clunky plot development.

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  • Jamieson 's clunky direction delivers a dull narrative and uninspired performances.

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  • And using iTunes to sort and store music can be a clunky experience.

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  • The cons listed in reviews for this one include a clunky mounting cradle, and few additional features.

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  • Instead of trying to fit in a lot of clunky pieces, think about maximizing space and using pieces that have more than one purpose.

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  • Modern track lighting has moved away from the clunky styles of the past, and fixtures are now available in a wide variety of sleek and sophisticated contemporary designs.

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  • The tube, while adorable and even sort of kitschy, is also far too fat and clunky to be practical.

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  • For footwear, consider clunky black shoes.

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  • You can also buy a clunky charm bracelet that can be worn with or without charms.

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  • Wearing gloves, clunky shoes, fake tattoos, and interesting jewelry can complete the look.

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  • If you're imagining clunky, workhorse glasses, don't worry.

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  • The entire thing feels so slow and clunky that you feel like you're driving a parade float through heavy traffic to get to the parade on time.

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  • The interface is a little clunky, as you use dropdown menus to select numbers, but it has a unique feature to display only legal moves.

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  • From the moment I removed Gun Metal from the case and inserted into the tray and waited for the title screen, I was afraid that trying to control a 30 foot steel Godzilla would be heavy and clunky.

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  • The system was thick, clunky and never gained enough support to become the Game Boy killer.

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  • The web browser on the PSP seems clunky at first, mainly because the keyboard that pops up takes a little getting used to.

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  • Period. The sprites look a little clunky and aren't animated very fluidly, but everything else is hand drawn beauty at its finest.

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  • Many retro gamers have complained of a clunky interface.

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  • This criticism is largely due to the clunky control system as a result of the isometric viewpoint.

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  • Control without analog stick can be clunky.

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  • The controller is a huge clunky device with loads of buttons -- a forboding sight to many non-gamers.

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  • The Treo 650 is still clunky though, but the features that are packed into a Verizon Palm Treo make up for it.

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  • Motorola and HTC seem to have put genuine thought into the user experience, with Motorola even addressing several of the minor issues (flat keys, clunky exterior) with the Droid X in the design of the Droid 2.

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  • Clutches, small, and mini bags are often best -- you can toss in your theater tickets, some breath mints, and lip gloss in an evening bag rather than lugging a clunky bag around while wearing a sophisticated evening dress.

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  • Most of these shoes have a "clunky" style heel.

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  • There are the clunky black lace-up boots for the goth kids, all-American casual brown boots, and a business casual selection for those who are past the youth years but don't want to let go of their beloved Doc Martens.

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  • If you prefer clunky heels, there are plenty of them.

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  • Although you'll spot a lot of metal and buckles on motorcycle boots, boots geared for the feminine set are generally not as clunky or heavy as men's boots.

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  • Their construction makes them durable, but for road use they could feel "clunky."

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  • They have a mid-sized tire and frame, making them heavier and sturdier than road bikes, but lighter and less "clunky" than a mountain bike.

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  • It's a fast and no-nonsense way of listening to all of your archived mp3 files without messing around with clunky programs.

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  • The clunky light controllers were also downsized and each helmet had its own small remote control instead.

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  • For an older clunky robot that didn't look much different than the stereotypical style of robots featured in most of the 1950s pulp fiction, this particular emotional robotic character came to life on the screen.

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  • Dusty stripped off the clunky modern weaponry, keeping his sword and knives.

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