adjective (clunkier, clunkiest)• informal
- 1Solid, heavy, and old-fashioned: even last year’s laptops look clunkyMore example sentences
- I have to learn this old-fashioned clunky hardware.
- They have created a keyboard that's clunky, loud and heavy.
- Installed on a laptop, it takes the place of many pieces of antiquated and clunky video gear that were formerly needed to ensure high quality video recording.
- 1.1(Of shoes) clumpy: clunky Dr MartensMore example sentences
- She plays a pregnant girl training to become a mechanic, and the clunky boots she's wearing today are being broken in for the shoot.
- There was a click as his bedroom door opened and he strode into the room, wearing blue jeans, a black T-shirt, some clunky boots and a black handkerchief used as a headband.
- Once spring and summer come to town, you need to swap your clunky boots and thick winter shoes and replace them with lighter, more breathable footwear.
- 2Making a clunking sound: clunky conveyor beltsMore example sentences
- Every sound is, at once, clunky and substantial.
- Her nose twitched slightly as she walked forward, her clunky metal heels hitting the concrete with a sharp clicking sound.
More definitions of clunkyDefinition of clunky in:
- The US English dictionary