Antonyms for bungled

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The game was at an end, and I had bungled my part of it like any fool.

You think that the bungled matter at Newlington's may have shaken it?

I meant what I said, but I was carried out of myself--clumsy--bungled my meaning.

Domiloff, you seem to have bungled everything you have touched lately.

At some point, my good Dalny, you must have bungled the affair.

Uncle Sam has no need of me here since I bungled things and left a leg in Paris.

Wherever you could, you bungled; but you rode on the full tide of luck.

Priscilla had a long start of us, for we had bungled at the wall, but we were bound to catch her.

He bungled it, and Weissmann transfixed him with a glare of disapproval.

It was in my department—the taking hold—that the thing was bungled.