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Synonyms for blunder

make a mistake

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  • 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

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There is no neocon network of scheming masterminds--only a network of scheming blunderers.
Butcher's blunderers could only muster a second-half strike from Khaled Kemas and now swap places with Livvy in the basement.
This useless outfit is still dominated by doctors who keep letting the blunderers off.
Merkle's besmirched name heads a lengthy list of so-called "goats" or alleged blunderers at critical junctures in pennant races or postseason competition.
THERE have been tears and tantrums, karaoke kings and tone-deaf blunderers.
Thus, Posner's summation of what can now be gainsaid about both the President and his detractors from this "Affair of State," is that "We have learned that powerful, intelligent, articulate, well-educated, and successful people who would like us to submit to their leadership whether political or intellectual are, much of the time, fools, knaves, cowards, and blunderers, just like the rest of us.
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.
Don't label me, Weller's work warns; just let me celebrate the blunderers.
Barlow seems to believe that law enforcement officers investigating computer crime are nothing more than a bunch of blunderers, needing little more than technological training to return to the path of righteousness and respect for the American way.
Each Monday in Flux, Brainard tracks the Internet's pundits, players, and blunderers and dishes the dirt on the hottest digital scandals.
But Abdul Wahid Khateri was the king of blunderers as he officiated the Al Shabab vs Al Ain match, in which he awarded both teams controversial penalty kicks and allowed Esmail Ahmad of Al Ain to score a goal from a clear foul inside the box.
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.