adjective (unwield, ier)
Etymology: A late Middle English coinage, first known instance c. 1386, from un- "not" +
- (obsolete) lacking strength; weak
- (obsolete) ungraceful in movement
- difficult to carry, manage or operate because of its size, weight or shape or complexity
- badly managed or operated
- wieldy, from wielde "active, vigorous".
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