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  • Making the test even more awkward, the arms must remain at their side.
  • He takes her to task because the whole thing is very awkward for him.
  • Things are awkward between them at first, but they soon make up.
  • The band also set out on its first national tour with Awkward Thought.
  • He had an awkward and distant relationship with his parents, especially his father.
  • She always felt awkward among the other students, the great majority of whom came from the upper-class.
  • The situation gets awkward when they run into his wife's parents.
  • Confused, they break off and are awkward around each other until returning home.
  • This short would be the last they animated under this somewhat awkward situation.
  • Despite feeling awkward, they both agree that it was the right thing to do.
  • He would occasionally break out in song at, some say, the most awkward of moments.
  • Despite the awkward situation, the couple makes love one last time before separating.
  • Their legs are set far back, making them awkward on land, so they rarely leave the water.
  • The additional ends are also awkward to control unless power operated point machines are used.
  • This awkward start turns into a strange but strong friendship by the end.
  • Here the trail makes an awkward cross of both streets at the bottom of a valley.
  • I'd rather go for an awkward moment than physical exertion any day.
  • The hands look weak and the form of the legs is very awkward.
  • It is well known in the area for its awkward shape.
  • Throughout their remaining years in school, their relationship grows from awkward friendship to a strong love.
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Words starting with awkward

Meaning of awkward

  • adjective Lacking grace or skill in manner or movement or performance
    an awkward dancer, an awkward gesture, too awkward with a needle to make her own clothes, his clumsy fingers produced an awkward knot