clunky [coll.] - klobig
clunky - [informal] 1: awkwardly solid, heavy, and outdated: even last year's laptops look clunky | clunky brown shoes |
[figurative] surprisingly clunky comedy.
2: making a clunking sound: clunky conveyor belts.Chambers
clunky - 1: making a clunking noise. 2: [colloq] a: awkward, clumsy; b: said of a piece of text: badly written.
clunky - klobigrelated discussion: clunky + expositionalrelated discussion: Section headings on main forum page are clunky!examples, sense 1
(figurative: heavy, awkward, clumsy)
Big, clunky, impractical - and as fun as ever ... On road, it's what it's always been, big and clunky, bouncing around on its suspension, hammering your kidneys over bigger bumps, stuttering over mid-corner ...
Both cars have shed much of the quirkiness, such as clunky transitioning between engines, that may have kept some mainstream buyers from considering them. ...
Is your car clunky enough to be a clunker?
'Clunkers' offer proves clunky ... In Glen Burnie, Md., Bob Bell, who owns Ford, Kia and Hyundai dealerships, said his employees were overwhelmed by the government's clunky system. ...
to us, this latest government intervention in the market has a familiar, clunky ring.
(video game) I could really tell that the controls were originally made for a mouse and keyboard and felt a little clunky.
The graphics created for early virtual worlds were so clunky and slow they conjured up bad LSD trips.
Since the site is brand-new, the design is a little clunky, but the idea is solid: Allow anyone to submit their home remedies, and rate others'.
Big clunky stripes do nothing but make you look big and clunky as well... but small stripes bring just enough contour to your shirt.
the latest installment in the "Harry Potter" franchise is a clunky, jumbled mess. The movie has no real direction, no real objective
Friday's session featured a few clunky performances on the part of companies reporting their second-quarter results.
... 11 attacks in 2001 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005 as a mandate for streamlining an emergency response process they considered clunky because it involved too ...
Classy British actor out of his comfort zone in clunky ... as she put it in one of many clunky lines: "He spends most of his time in his head, so I have to protect his back." (NZ Herald)
By comparison, Darwin's attempts at coloured geological sections from the Beagle voyage seem clunky at best. (Guardian, UK)
The label might be a tad clunky, but the idea behind it is not. And it could potentially bring $100 billion in revenue to the cash-starved state ... (LA Times)
Pointe shoes in such a dance could be a clunky liability, but Bigonzetti uses them as natural extensions of the women's legs.examples, sense 2
(literal: making a dull noise between a clank and a thud)
The best way I can think to describe it is a clunky rattling noise from the front driver's side corner ...
Recently, I hear a rattling/clunky noise coming from the rear of the vehicle when I go over bumps, ...
Your washing machine makes a loud, clunky noise. When you load your washing machine beyond its capacity ...
the washing machine is off balance and makes a clunky noise. ...
Sometimes air conditioners make clunky, bumpy noises when the cool cycle switches on, very disturbing.