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- In a graceless manner
- 1965, Wole Soyinka, The Interpreters, New York: Africana Publishing, 1972, Part One, Chapter 8, p. 116,
- Barabbas jumped down the eroded slope towards the water and slipped the last few feet gracelessly on his arse.
- 1968, William Trevor, "The General's Day" in Collected Stories, Penguin, 1992, p. 30,
- As he finished he heard the footsteps of the woman who daily came to work for him. They were slow, dragging footsteps implying the bulk they gracelessly shifted.
- English: gracelessly