bungler


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a clumsy person

Synonyms for bungler

someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence

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The Bungler may be rare Moliere, but it makes a surprisingly light meal, with Wilbur's delicious verse-play as the main dish.
premiere as the Long Wharf Theater season opener, in a new verse translation by Richard Wilbur entitled "The Bungler.
A natural bungler, Dagwood was wonderfully inept as a suitor.
The Foreign Office bungler is under an obligation to be sensible for once and secure the release of a tormented mother, a pawn in a diplomatic game held on what appear trumped-up charges.
In a world where there was real justice that would be a suitable punishment for a bungler like Hayward.
Despite his successes leading carrier forces that won WWII battles against the odds at Coral Sea, Midway, and the Eastern Solomons, by 1950, Vice Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher was portrayed as a bungler who failed to relieve Wake Island in December 1941 and who abandoned the Marines at Guadalcanal.
The Labour Party should pick up the total cost for the security, policing and as for the free travel on the Metro, Parker must be joking, why should we be paying for bungler Blair and the rest of his amateurs to have a big freebie at our expense.
Bookmaker William Hill puts Jon at 1-6 to be the first contestant voted off the show, with task bungler Federico his nearest rival, way behind at 10-1.
Andres (Horace), The Bungler (L'Etourdi) (1655), Jean-Baptiste Poquelin Moliere, translation by Richard Wilbur
premiere of an early Moliere play, "The Bungler," and three world preems (one written by and starring Lynn Redgrave), will be included in the 2000-01 season on the Long Wharf Theater's two stages in New Haven, Conn.
The Sacriston Everyman's Club will hear about Douglas Haig ( Butcher or Bungler from Jack Cavanagher at 7.
Rudman also co-chaired the Iran-Contra Committee, and he details the episode in spare and lucid prose that would convince even the most inattentive citizen that Oliver North was an ass in lion's skin, a world-class bungler with nothing but contempt for the Constitution.
BABY P bungler Sharon Shoesmith was yesterday told there would be "no apology" from the minister who sacked her on live TV.
The Tokyo-based bungler fell victim to what traders call "fat finger syndrome".
This is his last season with us, '' said the great bungler.