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I never knew him bungle over a rope or make a bad slip, and it was simply a pleasure to see him steer.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
In practically all crimes attempted by scientists they bungle their jobs completely.
HOODED DETECTIVE, VOLUME III NO. 2, JANUARY, 1942VARIOUS
I am sure the snarling Beasts could never bungle Life as men do, darling, Who half know.
SONGS FROM VAGABONDIABLISS CARMAN AND RICHARD HOVEY
Not very seriously, I am afraid, lamented Nathalie, judging from the bungle I made in trying to learn that square knot.
BLUE ROBIN, THE GIRL PIONEERRENA I. HALSEY
"I'm afraid I shall make a worse bungle of it than I did of the toast," he said, as he saw her folding her hands with delight.
THE WITNESSGRACE LIVINGSTON HILL LUTZ
My respect for the great narrative writers is increasing enormously, as I bungle onward.
THE BOOK OF SUSANLEE WILSON DODD
They dont bungle, they dont muddle, they dont leave anything to chance.
THE FALL OF A NATIONTHOMAS DIXON
He did not want to bungle things by being in too great a hurry.
RAYTON: A BACKWOODS MYSTERYTHEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS
If you should bungle, it would ruin the first act and might kill the play.
JOAN THURSDAYLOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
I groan aloud when I reflect on the irremediable mess, hash, bungle I have made of things.
SIMON THE JESTERWILLIAM J. LOCKE
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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