Both of them have made a botch of their errand,” said he, “and are causing the bride to wait in vain!
They've been running it for thousands of years—and look at the botch they've made of it!
Mr. Primefit, the Eton Stultz, is changed into Botch, the cobbler.
Work that is not finished, is not work at all; it is merely a botch.
Are you not afraid that you might make a botch out of the whole job?
They should be smitten with the botch of Egypt, and a sore botch in the legs that cannot be healed.
You will have to give me instructions, and though I may botch the business, I'll save the meat.
I could see patches of light sky through it, it was such a botch.
And this indefinite "some one" will, needless to say, make a botch of it.
If you are a priest, then be a priest, but don't try to make a botch of my work.