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Correct spelling:
inelegant
Definition:
Inelegantly.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
inelegant.
clumsy, crude
oafish, crass, wooden, gross, uncouth, raw, uncultured, coarse, gauche, awkward, rough, labored, unpolished, rude, ungraceful, uncultivated, graceless, unrefined, ungainly, vulgar, stiff, indelicate.
discourteous
ungracious.
inelegant
coarse, unpolished, gawky, brutish, unrefined, clumsy, awkward, vulgar, barbarous, gross, raw, rude, tasteless, boorish, crude, tactless, graceless, uncivil, undignified, tawdry, earthy.
low
undignified, lower, crumby, menial, crumbiest, scurvy.
oafish
halfwitted, oafish.
rough
untutored, bearish.
tasteless
lowdown, low-down, low-down-and-dirty.
ugly
plain, unappealing, repellent, displeasing, repulsive, unsightly, undesirable, unpleasant, unattractive, disfigured, odious, hideous, homely, unlovely, grotesque, ugly, shapeless, disagreeable, Ill-looking, unaesthetic, repugnant, abhorrent, unpleasing.
unfashionable
oldfashioned, out-dated, passer, old fashioned.
ungraceful
Uncourtly.
ungracious
bad-mannered, Unpolite.
vulgar
tactless, rough, vulgar, coarse-grained, base, glaring, shameless, unseemly, crass, depraved, coarse, ignominious, cockney, low, in bad taste, ignoble, scandalous, philistine, cheap, colloquial, tasteless, offensive, tawdry, barbaric, degraded, unbecoming, raw, common, sleazy, brutish, unrefined, ill-bred, earthy, animal, boorish, profane, idiomatic, gaudy, gross, barnyard, salty, obscene, chintzy, unpolished, revolting, clumsy, homespun, sordid, undignified, crude, brazen, repulsive, indelicate, outlandish, garish, graceless, rude, rank, broad.
noun
inelegant
homely, unpolished, gauche, graceless.
Examples of usage:
  1. The Billy of her could also be humanly inelegant when she felt like it, as you see. – The Ranch at the Wolverine by B. M. Bower
  2. But the posture is most inelegant and grotesque, and had any one prophesied, when I first saw the feat, that I should ever do it, I should have laughed scornfully. – The Truth About America by Edward Money

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