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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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The blunders are coming out and the people are noticing it.
Our attempts to understand our world are blocked by blunders.
Negligence and lack of health quality standards cause medical blunders which lead to the death of 44,000 patients worldwide -- the equivalent of a disastrous passenger plane crash daily", he said.
Households are already facing sky-high energy bills and simply can't afford simple blunders.
Medical blunders dropped off the radar, and now again have popped up, with worrying familiarity.
Those untouched this year may become the object of ignominious failure the next, should their myopia prevent similar blunders.
Many of the payments went to children left with lifetime disabilities because of blunders by midwives.
added four more human blunders to this list: "technology without direction, connection without community, teaching without joy, and learning without hope.
Karhinen said that political blunders had led to the ECB doing more than what it should have done in the situation.
DETAILS of two more exam blunders have been disclosed amid mounting concerns about mistakes in this summer's A-level and GCSE papers.
PATIENTS have claimed more than pounds 102m in compensation over the last three years after blunders made at North East hospitals.
The BSP leader said Monday that the current government made three major blunders in 2010.
That's more than double the number of blunders HM Revenue and Customs owned up to last month, leaving millions more facing potential massive demands before Christmas.
Lahore, Oct 25 (ANI): Former Pakistan military ruler Pervez Musharraf has alleged that the West committed three blunders years back, the outcome of which Pakistan and Afghanistan are still bearing in the form of terror threats.
Vaughan, author of Railway Blunders, details the privatization of the UK railway industry in the 1990s and notes how this "biggest blunder" damaged the system through extreme political and economic dogma.