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Synonyms for bumble

Synonyms for bumble

to move awkwardly or clumsily

to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

to make a continuous low-pitched droning sound

a continuous low-pitched droning sound

Synonyms for bumble

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Ratings winner: Mr T hunts out buffoons and bumblers in World's Craziest Fools.
But those Tucson bumblers are never going to get sentenced to prison for "firing too many rounds," are they?
Apply a rich conditioner like Bumble and bumblers Creme De Coco Conditioner ($21, folica.
While the Metsies were laughable bumblers with a roster full of aging has-beens and disappointing prospects, they couldn't help but be oh-so lovable under the direction of Stengel, the ol' perfesser (late of the Yankee dynasty), and New York took this rag-tag collection of huggable clods into its collective heart.
Certainly these bumblers were no match for the District Attorney who was said to have successfully prosecuted more murderers than anyone in the entire United States.
Robert Bathurst, from Cold Feet, who does a nice line in posh bumblers is probably too likeable an actor to do justice to the almost incidental part of Mark Thatcher.
Forster's novel A Passage to India, which portrays British officials as confused and frightened bumblers, insular and racist caricatures.
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is Indonesia's first directly elected leader, and the first to show a firm hand after a series of sleepy bumblers since the fall of Indonesia's dictator Suharto, in 1998.
The three bumblers patiently wait to learn the location of the missing bullion, via the cryptic map that Caley has, while a slick detective has his eye on them all.
IT'S a sad indictment of the Beeb bumblers that Tony McCoy is 50-1 to be the Sports Personality Of The Year despite his record- breaking achievements.
Between rounds, he chides the bumblers with a lighter touch than the sneering Robinson, then sends one packing with the now-familiar phrase, ``You are the weakest link.
We are seen as a country of bumblers who are "indecisive, hesitant and pedantic.
Clearly we'll never get any real improvement until the system changes and racing is able to employ accountable professionals to do this crucial job instead of well-meaning bumblers whose only real qualifications are that they are "the right sort of chap" and are prepared to do it for free.
bumblers and to promote those young officers who wanted to fight and knew how.
My generation - the group right behind them - is the messy group - the bumblers.