Question: What can be awkward?

What things are awkward?

The definition of awkward is someone who is clumsy or a situation which is uncomfortable. A person who is uncoordinated is an example of a person who is awkward. If you are with someone and neither of you can think of anything to say, that is an example of an awkward silence. adjective.

What causes you to be awkward?

Just like any other mental health conditions, social awkwardness is likely to arise from a complex interaction of biological and environmental factors. Some of the most common causes for this include inherited traits, brain structure, and the environment. Feeling nervous or uncomfortable in social situations.

What are some awkward words?

Have a look at these weird English words and try them out as you speak with people:Kerfuffle (kəˈfʌf(ə)l) Hullaballoo (ˌhʌl. Cacophony (kəˈkɒf(ə)ni) Ragamuffin (ˈraɡəmʌfɪn) Whippersnapper (ˈwɪpəsnapə) Gobbledygook (ˈɡɒb(ə)ldɪˌɡuːk) Gibberish (ˈdʒɪb(ə)rɪʃ) Poppycock (ˈpɒpɪkɒk)More items

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