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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLUNDERING

But if I was a blundering amateur in all this, they were not so much discourteous as envious.

It will be strange if I cannot find roads which shall baffle these blundering soldiers.'

All night he ran, blundering in the darkness into mishaps and obstacles that delayed but did not daunt.

"My blundering vision could not see how the strands were being woven," he added.

Suddenly the idea that he was blundering again exasperated him.

She interrupted one of his blundering, stumbling sentences in the middle.

And he himself by his blundering phrase had given colour to that hideous fear of hers.

There should be no blundering through an excessive precipitancy.

"I shouldn't wonder but you think me a blundering blocket," said Davy.

"I do not think that they will charge me with blundering this time," he said.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-14c. as a present participle adjective; mid-15c. as a verbal noun, from blunder (v.). Related: Blunderingly.

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