bungle[ buhng-guhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF bungle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUNGLE
In the first place she'll be sorry for you, because you will make such a bungle of it.
Sure, now, didn't he give you my message, or did he bungle it?
He must understand his position, so as not to bungle the thing.
"I made a false step there; but it was just like me to bungle," continued Gaston.
He never hesitated, nor did he hurry and make a bungle of it.
The Pomeranian was too scared, and Bungle and Popocatepetl were too angry.
What a bungle those boatmen are making of the steamer-ropes!
In the course of the following morning she tried to do so, and made a bungle of it.
Chub would be willing enough, but he would only bungle things.
She would not bungle over it like a great, awkward fellow like himself.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BUNGLE
- bring to naught
- cast down
- come to nothing
- dash hopes
- fall down on
- fall flat
- fall short of
- leave in the lurch
- let down
- not show
- put out
- ruin prospects
- stand up