klutz

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n klutz (Yiddish) a clumsy dolt
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Usage

In literature:

He had sent for Klutz, and Klutz, they said, had gone home.
"The Benefactress" by Elizabeth Beauchamp
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In news:

Jeff Pinsker has been named as president of the Klutz "books plus" division of Scholastic and a vice president of Scholastic.
Jeff Pinsker was named vice president, Scholastic Inc and president of Klutz , a division of Scholastic.
In his new position, Pinsker will lead the creative, sales, and marketing direction of the Klutz business and manage the strategic development of the brand.
Filling a position that has been opened since Matt Brown left at the end of 2011, Jeff Pinsker has been named president of Klutz and a v-p, Scholastic.
Pinsker will lead the creative, sales, and marketing direction of Klutz and will assume responsibilities December 3, and will report to Ellie Berger.
Golden Klutz Awards September 16th.
Watch the Golden Klutz Awards for July 22nd.
Carla Jimison, Author, Weed Jimis, Editor, Paula Weed, Joint Author Klutz $19.95 (54p) ISBN 978-1-57054-652-5.
The education labor union has reached a new milestone in lowness, attempting to turn Idaho voters into Luddites and depict kids as klutzes in order to satisfy a selfish agenda.
Easy- peasy pickles for kitchen klutzes.
I have never considered myself a klutz.
I'm such a keyboard klutz that it's usually more of a typo than a spelling error.
There´s a reason you´re such a klutz when lopping off the head of a virtual ogre: You can´t feel what you´re doing.
Shifts in the Brain Improve Skills So You're Not a Klutz for Long, Study Shows.
This is a collection of "klutzes".
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