rigor, deliberateness, deliberation, backwardness, hardness, severeness, nuisance value, unsuitableness, mental retardation, retardation, unsuitability, rigour, ungracefulness, severity, unwieldiness, harshness, heavy-handedness, unhurriedness, stiffness, worthlessness, rigourousness, slowness, subnormality, maladroitness, inclemency, ineptness, rigorousness, cumbersomeness, ungainliness, ineptitude
inelegance (part of speech: noun)
vulgarity (part of speech: noun)
earthiness, commonness, brutishness, rudeness, colloquialism, grossness, brazenness, gracelessness, outlandishness, rankness, offensiveness, saltiness, garishness, vernacular, gaudiness, ignominy, boorishness, baseness, crassness, repulsiveness, roughness, crudeness, profanity, tawdriness, indelicacy, vulgarity, shamelessness, sleaze, tactlessness, coarseness, inelegance, tastelessness, rawness, lowness, barbarism, broadness, depravity, animality
neglect (part of speech: noun)
inattentiveness, haphazardness, shoddiness, recklessness, perfunctoriness, dereliction, neglect, carelessness, inadvertency, inconsiderateness, slovenliness, negligence, neglectfulness, disregardfulness, thoughtlessness, senility, sloppiness, forgetfulness
- The Duc de Vivonne, my brother, laughed at him in society; he unceasingly outraged by his clumsiness his sister's sense of discretion. - "The Memoirs of Madame de Montespan, Volume VI. Being the Historic Memoirs of the Court of Louis XIV.", Madame La Marquise De Montespan.
- She laughed at his, Keegan's, clumsiness, chided him good- naturedly. - "Gargoyles", Ben Hecht.
- In short, either by accident, by reason of our superior vigilance, or by the clumsiness of his plans, Fu- Manchu for once in an otherwise blameless career has left a clue! - "The Devil Doctor", Sax Rohmer.