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goof

verb as in make a mistake

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A UConn basketball fan drank hot sauce on Twitter as a goof.

Big payday at stake—players expected to leave goof butts home.

He plays a goof-off New York City cop in the show, which will air before New Girl on Tuesday nights.

“She sort of plays the goof a little bit and he plays off her,” says Clemente.

Preceding Die Antwoord, Lakers star Ron Artest joined Kimmel, and demonstrated how to do a hoax, or an act, or a goof, badly.

And on Tuesday, admissions director Mae Brown apologized for the goof, calling it an “administrative error.”

I just want to be sure somebody didn't goof and ring a special in here.

That picture, rising before my eyes, didn't give me much confidence in the unfortunate goof's ability to woo and win, I must say.

We know we're gonna get 'em eventually, because we know they're gonna goof up eventually, and then we'll have 'em.

Or was p. 39 this all goof ball sentiment in his own mind, to make himself feel real modest?

It was easier to assume that the goof-ups were being done deliberately.

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On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to goof, such as: err, flub, screw up, blunder, botch, and bungle.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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