n. Words chosen deliberately to make the listener feel awkward, in order to propagate discomfort, alarm, shock, or hilarity.
Her awkwords about her dead mother prompted him to make excuses and leave the bar, thereby saving her the trouble of giving him a telephony number.
also Awkword, adj. The feeling one gets immediately after voicing a statement or question with inadvertent sexual connotations.
Sally got overexcited about the candy selection at the store and shouted, “I want that big hard one in my mouth, like, right now!” The store got quiet and everyone looked at her; suddenly she realized what she’d said and felt extremely awkword.
also Awkwordy, adj. Having a tendency to use obscure words with many syllables, but using them to excess and often inaccurately.
He posed as intelligent, but he was so awkwordy it was clear he had no idea what he was talking about and was just trying to impress her.