blunder

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Synonyms for blunder

make a mistake

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Antonyms

  • be correct
  • get it right
  • be exact

stumble

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Synonyms for blunder

to move awkwardly or clumsily

to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

Synonyms for blunder

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And to the dungeons with all those pretentious blunderers who would attempt to perpetuate the phoney old values.
17 On Ovid's reduction of "cosmic forces" to inept blunderers, see Fyler 4 and passim.
We are inveterate blunderers, as conservation biologists and theologians alike will tell us.
Each Monday in Flux, Brainard tracks the Internet's pundits, players, and blunderers and dishes the dirt on the hottest digital scandals.
It will be interesting to see if Green follows fellow blunderers Scott Carson and Paul Robinson into the international wilderness, but as bad as his howler was, and it was laughably awful, Fabio Capello's more pressing concern should be the wretched form of his players.
Steve Bates admitted his blushing blunderers had only themselves to blame for leaking two shocking tries early on.
ROY KEANE didn't enjoy his first taste of defeat as a manager one little bit and, rest assured, training won't be much fun for his Black Cat blunderers next week either.
The Black Country blunderers were not alone, of course.
Leonardo brought much-need glamour and even the Beeb's blunderers (John Motson, Garth Crooks, Jonathan Pearce) have a kind of cult following.
Since the start of the year, when he was first hired to bail out the blunderers in dark blazers and asked to wipe away all evidence of Berti Vogts, Smith has meticulously set about putting things right.
In the event,Souness got a performance from his Blackburn blunderers entirely in keeping with their sorrowful season.
Try setting up chances for Berti's blunderers big man.
The onset of the war only hardened his resolve, and his counter-weapons to that older generation of blunderers were doubles entendres and cheating.
The sooner Tony Blair ends our special relationship with these blunderers the better.
But one should not forget the blunderers who are still here running our regional economic policy.