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noun as in embarrassing mistake

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After a game and a half of utter futility with runners on, Taylor hit a 77-mph blooper to short center that dropped in as two runs scored.

The explainer video includes bloopers of Atlas falling flat on its face—not to mention on its head, stomach, and back, as it under-rotates for flips, crosses its feet while running, and miscalculates the distance it needs to cover on jumps.

That group text became the place we’d send each other some unbelievable Spikeball highlight we came across on Instagram, usually followed by a blooper of us made from the night before.

No one was harmed during the filming, but judging by the blooper reel at the end, there were a lot of respawns.

But the little blooper that resulted made Fallon seem more ingratiating than ever.

Palin-Tebow blooper and parody videos are as inextricable from YouTube as salmon is from Alaskan streams.

But rival Sharron Angle also ran an epically terrible campaign, one that comes with a sidesplitting blooper reel for the DVD.

The most media-saturated election in history amplified every campaign trail blooper– and there were plenty.


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blooper, such as: gaffe, boner, boo-boo, bungle, error, and fluff.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.