Rodenard, the blunderer, had been at fault when he had said that Lesperon had expired.
"Blunderer, on the contrary, it is too late," replied Montalais.
Everybody laughed at the blunderer, the joker jeering audibly.
Jeffreys was still a blunderer, or else his conscience was unusually sensitive.
The flush, so vivid, that stayed made him feel himself a blunderer.
And this time the author cannot be accused of partisanship by any blunderer.
"You were by your halidom, your Majesty," suggested the Blunderer.
Vaudreuil is a blunderer and a fool; he has sold the country.
“Not thus, blunderer; not thus,” said Shiminya, arresting his arm.
Sometimes he admonished some laggard or blunderer, "Hurry, thah, Sammy!"