Meaning of cack-handedly in English:



See cack-handed

‘So I put forward these ideas however subtly or cack-handedly to the extent that I can get away with it.’
  • ‘There was also a case for the re-organisation of regiments, however cack-handedly the Government went about it.’
  • ‘A few years ago I cack-handedly attempted a relationship with a man who was very good at anecdotes.’
  • ‘His comments, which may have been expressed cack-handedly, but which stemmed from deep personal beliefs, did not cost the life of one British soldier.’
  • ‘The only surprise is that it has taken them so long to summon the will to do so, and that the government has acted so cack-handedly.’