bumbling


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Synonyms for bumbling

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clumsily lacking in the ability to do or perform

Synonyms for bumbling

lacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands

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Young Steven Savoury has a grand sense of humour, claims his nan Lucy, which is perhaps just as well as he's a deadringer for Emmerdale's bumbling vet, Paddy.
For all the bumbling and stumbling going on in City Hall, somebody's bound to get hurt eventually, and we all know how long it can take to wait for an ambulance in Los Angeles.
DAVID LLOYD's talent for bumbling along in his Accrington burr can even turn enemies into close pals - like it did with Mike Atherton.
A week ago, the Downtown Degenerates threatened to take the Bumbling Bureaucrats to the mat over the Belmont Learning Center.
The 39-minute piece features Stuart Pankin as a bumbling professor who enlists Elvira, a saucy flying-saucer assistant, clips of top 3-D theme-park attractions and vivid, computer-generated virtual sets to explain the science and history of stereoscopic photography and film.