“Seemingly it's because Sen McCain blundering of information of facts about the War in Iraq has been discovered.”
“His countenance was the droll medley of fun, shrewdness, and blundering, that is so often found in the Irish peasant, and which appears to be characteristic of entire races in the island.”
“Arnold Ridley is better known as the blundering Private Godfrey in the TV show Dad's Army, but Nicolas is keen to let people know that there was more to his life than a calamitous comedy character.”
“The development of our terrestrial civilization has always been very ad hoc and kind of blundering forward.”
“In 1950, four months after the Korean War began the Republicans made President Truman's quote, "blundering" a key part of their midterm argument.”
“And in each room was the same kind of blundering half-arrangement of furniture, and fire-irons and crockery, and all sorts of odd things on the floor, but there was nothing to eat; even in the pantry there were only a rusty cake-tin and a broken plate with whitening mixed in it.”
“My dear Wallace, -- I hate controversy, chiefly perhaps because I do it badly; but as Dr. Bree accuses you of "blundering," I have thought myself bound to send the enclosed letter  to _Nature_, that is, if you in the least desire it.”
“It is the same kind of blundering as when we intermix phenomena — measuring “God” by human standards, or human beings by animal standards.”
“Typical of the kind of blundering that has cost the Republican party the White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives, the so-called "leadership" was apparently playing a misguided racial-politics game when they selected Mr. Steele.”
“That "blundering", for Auster at least, takes place one paragraph at a time:”
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This novel by Glen Duncan, aside from being a ripping yarn and beautifully written, is just littered with words that I had to look up and discover that often his use of the word not only fitted per...
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