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And with his head still turned, Andrew felt a shock and flounder.
Let dear Aristide flounder about; this only moulds young people.
What we've done so far, you might best describe as flounder.
If there was a sump-hole in sight, that horse was sure to flounder into it.
Only when she came to describe Bim and to tell of what he said, did she flounder.
I have floundered unawares into the pitfall, and now I must flounder out.
It would be very pretty if it were otherwise, but that's how we flounder.
It must have been a big one, because a halibut is flat, like a flounder, isn't it?
Those who followed were compelled to flounder on the best way they could.
"And leagues of morass to flounder through, by the look of this coast," said Joe.