adjective (clunkier, clunkiest)informal
1Awkwardly solid, heavy, and outdated: even last year’s laptops look clunky clunky brown shoes figurative surprisingly clunky comedy
More 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.
Definition of clunky in:
- The British & World English dictionary