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synonyms for blunderingly

  • awkwardly
  • clumsily
  • poorly
  • abominably
  • carelessly
  • crudely
  • defectively
  • erroneously
  • faultily
  • feebly
  • haphazardly
  • imperfectly
  • incompetently
  • ineffectively
  • ineptly
  • maladroitly
  • negligently
  • shoddily
  • stupidly
  • unfavorably
  • unfortunately
  • unsatisfactorily
  • unskillfully
  • unsuccessfully
  • weakly
  • wrong
  • wrongly

antonyms for blunderingly

MOST RELEVANT
  • adequately
  • calmly
  • little
  • mildly
  • morally
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How to use blunderingly in a sentence

Helen had a limited amount of pride in Ruths success on this occasion for, as she said, she had blunderingly sicked Ruth on.
RUTH FIELDING IN THE RED CROSSALICE B. EMERSON
The hound loses the scent and brays on blunderingly till he picks it up again.
WHISPERING WIRESHENRY LEVERAGE
It is an artifice, blunderingly and unwittingly introduced by man into the natural order.
THE KEMPTON-WACE LETTERSJACK LONDON
People talked—most of them blunderingly—of things they would not have mentioned without derision in pre-war days.
ROBINFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
He went blunderingly down into the hollow way, and Gard stood watching him in doubt.
A MAID OF THE SILVER SEAJOHN OXENHAM
Richard found himself saying, as he feared rather blunderingly.
THE HISTORY OF SIR RICHARD CALMADYLUCAS MALET
He had either wilfully and corruptly played into the hands of a powerful group of millionaires or had blunderingly done so.
THE ROOT OF EVILTHOMAS DIXON
Fritz had spoken to the actress about her mimicry of his wife, had probably spoken blunderingly, angrily.
THE WOMAN WITH THE FANROBERT HICHENS
For surely at no point in the war was a situation more blunderingly or more bravely handled than was that at Atlanta under Hood.
THE HISTORY OF THE CONFEDERATE WAR, ITS CAUSES AND ITS CONDUCT, VOLUME II (OF 2)GEORGE CARY EGGLESTON
It was such an awful thing to say to the man, though the poor woman meant so blunderingly well.
THE LIGHTNING CONDUCTOR DISCOVERS AMERICAC. N. (CHARLES NORRIS) WILLIAMSON AND A. M. (ALICE MURIEL) WILLIAMSON
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