fumbling

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We are, on the contrary, fumbling and wallowing about where the Greek pondered and philosophized.

He had taken his hand away from his breast, and was fumbling with it on the grass behind him.

"About fifty dollars, I think," said the travelling man, fumbling for his wallet.

"I got it 'ere," responded the sailor hastily, fumbling with his tie.

In another instant, fumbling in the darkness, he found the bolts and drove them home.

Fumbling in one coat pocket he brought to light a cigar-case.

Hagar drew it under her blanket, held it fumbling there, and thrust it forth again.

My companion stood gripping the bedpost and fumbling at his holster.

She thrust both of them into her pocket, which, after some fumbling, she found.

Fingers were fumbling at the top of my sack, unfastening the cord.

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