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From Game Change by John Heilemann
1. p.160 "but many of her shots were so maladroit that Obama found them easy to slough off."
Maladroit: lacking in adroitness; unskillful; awkward; bungling; tactless.
From I May Not Get There With You: The True Martin Luther King, Jr. by Michael Eric Dyson
1. p. 283 "...nonstop verbal tirades that brilliantly illumine a subject through his panoramic new and exhaustive exegesis."
Exegesis: critical explanation or interpretation of a text or portion of a text, especially of the Bible.