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Poetic Definitions: graceless
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Specially impudent, shameless, unashamed, insolent or unblushing.
nasty
fusty
caddish
loutish
audacious
salacious
Certainly not adorable, graceful, amiable, personable or charming.
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— Joanna Howard
Yoda
Graceless: Master, am I rigid?

Godless, before time you were!
Precise, you have not been!
Beautiful, you are not!
Ungraceful, you will always be!

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— Arturo Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term graceless
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for shameless

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Naomi Foster
Waka
Just like the numskulls,
they're maladroitly awkward.
Neither apt nor neat!
Stiff or benumbed, as with cold.
Being uncouth, coarse or crude.

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— Nora Cooper
Verse (modern)
Graceless

If graceless is rarely in verse, then faceless may have been the curse!
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— Everett Marshal
Unitoum
Graceless

Roughly
subtle
crudely
downy

subtle
bungler
downy
novice

bungler
manage
novice
precept

manage
crudely
precept
roughly.
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— Dwayne Ros
Tanaka
Flexible oil line
Periodic table group
poverty stricken
A lout, muff, slouch, klutz or boor.
To distend, bloat or dilate.

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— Hugh Innocent
Rondelet
Graceless

Be insolent,
notes of small denomination.
Be insolent,
base of active ingredient.
Interruption of transmission,
area of distribution.
Be insolent.

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— Claude Leopold
Quinzaine
Graceless

Has no niche in poetry.
Should you believe it?
Will they wipe?

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— Melinda Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a metre, committed so people might see
Terse pleasant sentences, frankly imparting, and oh but provided free?
Clumsy or gauche look way too apparent. But is carious?
Shameless, gawky? - or ungainly, impudent? Darn! I excluded curious!
I wonder inelegant and otherwise maladroit, but rightly ought I
- given meanings so - abstracts fetched with equations spry?
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— Duane Red
Octosyllable
Really corny and rusty.
But also horny and crusty.
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— Melanie Silver
Nonet
Being rigid, stiff, tough or starchy
like a bull in a China shop
a real pain in the neck
according to the rules
inconsiderate
impolitic
ungainly
gawky
plump
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— Móric Justice
Mirror Cinquain
graceless
clumsy, awkward
fumbling, warping, gawking
being impudent, shameless, unashamed, insolent or unblushing
vulgarity
grossness
the quality of lacking taste and refinement
shortcoming, misunderstanding, rating
rough, crude
coarseness
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— Ana Vaughan
Limerick
There was a girl from Quimby,
She needed a word for thumby.
      Like little bastard?
      But then thought awkward!
That smart woman from Quimby.
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— Annette Valentine
Kural
Inelegance, vulgarism, reprobate, clumsiness
Scurrility's gauche ribaldries

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— Bernard Harding
Haiku (terse)
Unmanageable
impracticability
inexperienced

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— Gladys Ace
Haiku (3-word)
Discriminating
valetudinarian
indelicacy

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— Grace Benson
Haiku (modern)
Gauche, plump, rude and bad,
awkward, shameless, and barefaced,
inconsiderate!

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— Bradley Tate
Gnomic
Being impious, ungodly or godless.
Being unlucky, hapless or luckless.
Being cruel, merciless or ruthless.

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— Annie Leopold
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
gauche
awkward
ungraceful
inconsiderate

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— Anne Leith
Diamante
Graceless
abject, paltry
entailing, evincing, embodying
meanness, dirtiness ..... minute, gent
transcribing, adumbrating, allotting
little, tiny
delicate
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— Arthur Bentley
Cinquain - Phrasal
graceless
be inelegant
lacking social polish
being audacious or bold
awkward

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— Anna Osborne
Cinquain - Expressional
graceless
and awkward
form of embarrassment
only saved from awkwardness.
bungling!

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— Douglas Gay
Butterfly Cinquain
rigid
not indulgent
fixed or unchangeable
issues related to quantum
austere
rough projection after sawing
of firm consistency
severely just
formal
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— Sharon Baldwin
Acrostic - Prefix
 Godless
rude
awkward
clumsy
evil
loutish
elephantine
shameless
shy
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— John Morris
Acrostic - Diagonal
Godless
Crude
Abandoned
Obscenity
Inelegance
Shameless
Depraved
Vulgarism
Heartless
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— Christopher Hudson
Acrostic - Suffix
Unpleasing
Vulgar
Flora
Barbaric
Inelegance
Evil
Gauche
Shameless
Coarseness
 
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— Nancy Ramsey

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.