- n. Plural form of bumbler.
“Then, again, the "bumblers" taught me that when the chief end of existence is to plant a stinger where it'll do the most good there may be a whole lot of savage satisfaction in the process -- but it's sure death to the one that lands the stinger!”
“Remember that to the non-fishing public, fishermen are stereotypically seen as mildly eccentric bumblers who go through all sorts of odd gyrations to outwit a simple, stupid fish.”
“Amidst all the easy talk and cant about heroes and teh Bush administration decorations of bumblers, here is a real hero and leader.”
“Those activists who tried to defend black rights before the court - men such as Albion Tourgee, the lead lawyer for the Plessy plaintiffs - were invariably bumblers whose ham-fisted tactics undermined the cause.”
“Lookit these Keystone Kop bumblers, chasing people around because they're "interested in bilingualism.”
“For some reason, it comforts me to think of the CIA as a bunch of bumblers.”
“We don't need those bumblers in DC directing the healthcare of the USA, no we don't. grace kesslick”
“They are clumsy and brutal bumblers out of a Coen brothers movie.”
“Now, in this era of anything-goes-TV, primetime lineups offer a range of dads and family set-ups that, arguably, more accurately reflect modern fathers: breadwinners, nurturers, sages, bumblers and, most importantly, real guys who want to be great fathers but don't always know what they're doing.”
“He loved "car guys" and smart designers, detested accountants and bureaucrats and bumblers.”
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