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synonyms for botched

  • bobble
  • bumble
  • bungle
  • err
  • flub
  • fumble
  • miscalculate
  • mishandle
  • misjudge
  • mismanage
  • muff
  • screw up
  • blow
  • boggle
  • bollix
  • boot
  • butcher
  • distort
  • flounder
  • mar
  • mend
  • mess
  • misapply
  • misconstrue
  • muddle
  • mutilate
  • patch
  • ruin
  • spoil
  • stumble
  • wreck
  • fall down
  • goof up
  • gum up
  • louse up
  • mess up
  • miscompute
  • misconjecture
  • muck up
  • pull a boner
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antonyms for botched

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  • do well
  • succeed
  • break
  • build
  • create
  • grow
  • help
  • repair
  • accomplish
  • achieve
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How to use botched in a sentence

When redesigning or overhauling a website, it is vital to involve SEO in the project from the beginning, or you will likely end up adding an extra step when a botched overhaul of content starts to affect performance.
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That they spoke at all is an indication of the depth of their frustration over the botched response.
“I DON’T TRUST THE PEOPLE ABOVE ME”: RIOT SQUAD COPS OPEN UP ABOUT DISASTROUS RESPONSE TO CAPITOL INSURRECTIONBY JOAQUIN SAPIEN AND JOSHUA KAPLANFEBRUARY 12, 2021PROPUBLICA
Instead, Carrum Health’s customers pay a fee and in return receive a 30-day warranty on procedures, meaning that the healthcare provider will cover any costs associated with care from botched operations or complications.
CONNECTING EMPLOYER HEALTHCARE PLANS TO SURGICAL CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE NETS CARRUM HEALTH $40 MILLIONJONATHAN SHIEBERJANUARY 7, 2021TECHCRUNCH
Adam Neumann, the WeWork co-founder who stepped down after a botched attempt at an IPO last year, is not done with venture capital yet.
ADAM NEUMANN MAKES HIS NEXT REAL ESTATE PLAYLUCINDA SHENOCTOBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
A botched vaccine campaign could undermine public health in the United States.
A THIRD OF AMERICANS MIGHT REFUSE A COVID-19 VACCINE. HOW SCREWED ARE WE?BRIAN RESNICKSEPTEMBER 4, 2020VOX
To think of a chap writing such a veiled, ambiguous, absolutely botched sentence, and cooking up such a mess!
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But of Van city itself—thanks to its proximity to the frontier—he made rather a botched job.
THE CRADLE OF MANKINDW.A. WIGRAM
That was his chief boast, if boasting it might be called—that he never botched the job.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
This is perfectly true; much as Lnnrot botched and vamped the Finnish lays he made no epic out of them.
HOMER AND HIS AGEANDREW LANG
None of your botched stuff, cotton and wool, trumpery; flimsy rubbish that rips if you look at it.
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