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But protestations availed not; and his head, the cleverest head in England, was pitiably hacked off by a bungling headsman.
He boasted and bungled, but out of his bungling came triumph.
He berated his bungling, fumbling, thoughtless notions and cursed himself for trying to help Penny by the "loco" means he'd used.
Mrs. Frankland's mind was too clever to be bungling, and too emotional and imaginative to be critical.
It must, I think, have been some bungling on the part of the port authorities.
He realized with a gleam of wrath how bungling his flight must be.
Fits intervened of a penitent and bungling philanthropy which has left its traces on nearly all Irish institutions.
He used the name as being synonymous with bungling and silly notions and star-gazing, and it hit Tom in a dangerous spot.
If derision was moved by this bungling, still more did the singer's address and confession excite the mirth of the spectators.
It annoys me as much as the thought of that bungling cat, or of Nipper's baulked attempt.
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