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His pride's insupportable, and he's been rash enough to try to botch my work for me.

The Road to DamascusAugust Strindberg

You will have to give me instructions, and though I may botch the business, I'll save the meat.

Nature has made a botch of him, else he would now be running on four feet, instead of two.

A Breeze from the Woods, 2nd Ed.William Chauncey Bartlett

Now there is just one thing that will happen if you botch this matter.

If it does, then its absurdities are nothing new, for we all know what a botch Ibsen made of accounting for himself.

A Book of PrefacesH. L. Mencken

No man ever yet undertook tew alter his natur by substituting sum invenshun ov his own, but what made a botch job ov it.

I'll bet, though, that we make a botch of it when we get one.

Bob Hunt in CanadaGeorge W. Orton

When man attempts to add a finishing-touch to the loveliness of the forest, lake, or ocean, he makes a botch of it.

I made a botch of telling him, I suppose because I love him, my mind wouldn't focus on my own mess.

When they deal with their fellows generally, we all know how they botch poor human nature.

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