- v. Simple past tense and past participle of flub.
“Then, Glover Quin flubbed Sasser's kickoff, which was recovered by the Falcons 'Aaron Kirchoff at the Lobos 20.”
“Failure is different from the mistakes that happen during a show, such as flubbed lines, missed cues, etc.”
“The president took the advice of constitutional attorneys and retook the oath that Chief Justice Roberts kind of flubbed the first time around.”
“Yet when Miller wondered if Hensby "flubbed" the shot, NBC cut away.”
“I wanted to be in the top 10 and just move up, but I just kind of flubbed the first three minutes," McConneloug said.”
“She kind of flubbed the lyrics to "9 to 5" during a tribute to Dolly Parton.”
“President Bush is trying to get some capital in the Latino community and he kind of flubbed it up.”
“He kind of flubbed it, but he said, "Well, I think it's a difference of interpretation.”
“For instance, you determine what you need to learn and do; then you tell yourself the story about how difficult it's going to be, or how you "flubbed" it up the last time.”
“Larry Ellison kind of flubbed his bid for the Golden State Warriors”
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