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- n. A babbler, a bumbling idiot, a fool.
- n. A hard kick of a ball. Oftentimes the kick is wild as well.
- n. A ball kicked in such a way.
- v. To do poor work, to botch a job.
- v. To talk foolishly, to babble.
- v. To shriek, to cry in a shrill manner.
- v. To kick a ball in a hard and usually wild manner.
- v. To hit hard so as to break; to smash.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
As long as he can belt, blooter and boot he will always be given a game.
Trust me, Tim, if I was on the wagon, I'm damn sure what we're about to encounter would blooter me straight off it. '
No player would take any more than two touches and they would caress and cherish rather than blooter and hope for the best.
I guess that even Mr. O’Reilly can have a blooter moment.
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