(k?m"br?s), a. 1. Rendering action or motion difficult or toilsome; serving to obstruct or hinder; burdensome; clogging.
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He sunk beneath the cumbrous weight.
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That cumbrousand unwieldy style which disfigures English composition so extensively.
De Quincey.
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2. Giving trouble; vexatious. [Obs.]
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A clud of cumbrous gnats.

-- Cum"brous*ly, adv. -- Cum"brous*ness, n.
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