blunder[ bluhn-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF blunder
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLUNDER
I had made a blunder in thinking eighty miles only eighty miles under any circumstances.
We fear, also, that an English mayor has been known to blunder.
At which he sneered, and said that was a bull and a blunder, but no wonder, as I was an Irishman.
I am sorry that Congress was taken in, and committed such a blunder.
Grief is the agony of an instant; the indulgence of Grief the blunder of a life.
But he of The Blunder and Bluster was a much higher style of man.
By the silent embarrassment which ensued she guessed her blunder.
But she was the first to see that she had "put her foot in it" and laugh at her own blunder.
In every instance the blunder has not been committed by Columbus, but by his critics.
His discovery was a blunder; his blunder was a new world; the New World is his monument.