bungler

[ buhng-guhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF bungler

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUNGLER

He was no bungler to attempt other than the most gently delicate methods.

Be of good heart, therefore, for you shall not fall into the hands of a bungler.'

The sloven becomes the bungler, and the bungler is on the high road to failure.

He did not want to run the risk of being shown up as a bungler.

Idler or bungler, he is willing to fork out his penny and pocket your shilling.

They would have condemned the bungler and let the sinner go.

"It is not so badly made as one might expect from such a bungler," said the boy.

Oh, what a fool I was to side with such a bungler as you against Mr. Levi.

But never in all my born days have I been anything but a bungler.

Rachel was a botcher and a bungler, a very cobbler, beside Anne Turner.

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