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Cumbrous

Cum´brous   Pronunciation: k?m´br?s
a.1.Rendering action or motion difficult or toilsome; serving to obstruct or hinder; burdensome; clogging.
He sunk beneath the cumbrous weight.
- Swift.
That cumbrousand unwieldy style which disfigures English composition so extensively.
- De Quincey.
2.Giving trouble; vexatious.
A clud of cumbrous gnats.
- Spenser.
Adj.1.cumbrous - difficult to handle or use especially because of size or weight; "a cumbersome piece of machinery"; "cumbrous protective clothing"
Synonyms: cumbersome
Latinate, awkward, bombastic, bulky, burdensome, clogging, clumsy, cramped, cumbersome, elephantine, encumbering, forced, formal, guinde, halting, hampering, heavy, hindering, hulking, hulky, impedimental, impeding, impeditive, incumbent, inkhorn, labored, leaden, lubberly, lumbering, lumpish, lumpy, massive, massy, onerous, oppressive, pompous, ponderous, sesquipedalian, stiff, stilted, superincumbent, turgid, unhandy, unwieldy
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Cumacea
Cumana
cumarone
Cumbent
Cumber
Cumberland
Cumberland Gap
Cumberland Mountains
Cumberland Plateau
Cumberland River
cumbersome
cumbersomeness
Cumbrance
Cumbria
Cumbrian
Cumbrian system
-- Cumbrous --
Cumene
Cumfrey
Cumic
Cumidine
Cumin
cumin seed
Cuminic
Cuminic acid
Cuminil
Cuminol
Cuminum
Cuminum cyminum
Cummerbund
Cummin
cummings
cumquat
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