What is another word for Unskilfully?

Pronunciation: [ʌnskˈɪlfəlɪ] (IPA)

Unskilfully is an adverb that describes an action that lacks proficiency or expertise. It can also mean clumsiness or ineptitude in the execution of a task. When writing, using synonyms for unskilfully can help to improve the flow and variety of your vocabulary. Some synonyms for unskilfully include ham-handedly, awkwardly, inelegantly, bunglingly, inexpertly, clumsily, ungracefully, unprofessionally, inefficiently, and incompetently. These words can replace unskilfully in a sentence without altering the meaning. It is always advisable to vary your word choice and syntax as much as possible while writing, and using synonyms can add flavor to your writing.

What are the hypernyms for Unskilfully?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Unskilfully

One of his legs had been broken and Unskilfully set, so he did not run quite like other dogs.
"A Spinner in the Sun"
Myrtle Reed
To do him justice, he knew his wife's excitable nature, and was not without fears of some disaster, should the news be communicated to her Unskilfully.
"A Simpleton"
Charles Reade
Do you think, said Epictetus, that as there is an art in anything else, so there is also an art in speaking, and that he who has the art, will speak skilfully, and he who has not, will speak Unskilfully?
"A Selection from the Discourses of Epictetus With the Encheiridion"
Epictetus

Related words: unskilful, unskillful, unwise, incompetent, inapt, inept, ineptitude

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