- n. Plural form of goof-up.
“The trio of screenwriters spends too much time dawdling with these goof-ups doing a Three Stooges imitation, while keeping the comic mayhem to a minimum.”
“* There were a handful of goof-ups and just plain goofy picks, which I will nonetheless include in the tabulations.”
“Hillary Clinton lost the nomination because of waaaaaay too many goof-ups in her campaign.”
“I do, however, note glaring errors (i.e., not just a mispelled word or a single agreement problem), such as a missing phrase (yes, sometimes an entire line gets lost over a page break and no-one notices), an incorrect (read: hopelessly out of touch) pop culture reference, or factual goof-ups.”
“Handel's Messiah is a notorious Venus fly-trap for embarrassingly funny diction goof-ups.”
“Of course there were goof-ups in the play-off games last night, that's to be expected given the exhaustion, overdose rushes of adrenalin during those last grueling minutes and the circumstances of the play-offs themselves.”
“It could be the heart medicine or even cancer medicine, but that just does not explain the goof-ups of a well-practiced, slick politician like McCain.”
“VELEZ MITCHELL: But it sounds like no major goof-ups, no major gaffes that are going to cause headlines in papers across the country.”
“ERROL LOUIS, CNN CONTRIBUTOR: Well, I think what you are seeing is some dueling kind of goof-ups where one campaign adviser after another says something that the campaign has to disassociate themselves from.”
“You know, I could probably do an entire blog on the goof-ups of Etruscologists alone.”
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