Cumbersome (adj) /ˈkʌmbərsəm/
- large and heavy; difficult to carry
2. slow or complicated and therefore inefficient
1. awkward, clumsy, inconvenient, clunky
2. unwieldy, complicated, complex, burdensome
1. light, convenient
2. unburdensome, straightforward
- Unlike my other casual costumes, this designer dress is far more cumbersome.
- The application procedure was too cumbersome that it took lots of time to successfully accomplish everything.
- The assignment was so cumbersome that Jill had to hire six temporary workers to assist her.
- The customer service agent said I would have to pay extra for my cumbersome suitcase.
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