from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A botching, or that which is botched; clumsy or bungling work or workmanship.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A botching, or that which is done by botching; clumsy or careless workmanship.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun An act of
- noun Something botched;
clumsyor careless workmanship.
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It is a pity that with that botchery (chapuceria), that ridiculous attitude which is incompatible with the dignity of the position, Mr. Kennedy sounded that sour note and dropped a stain on an action which was motivated by a lofty humanitarian spirit.
This is botchery and sometimes butchery, not reviewing.
"Childe Harold" or "Don Juan," despite Swinburne's accusation of botchery, they would see that he really had very little time to be wicked.
They want shabbily compensated, compulsory labor as a means of delaying a reckoning for imperial botchery.
It appeared then and it seems more the case now that Menon was covering up for the Sharm-el-Sheikh botchery of the PM, who shared his views on engaging with Pakistan on Kashmir.
I don't remember ever having lived in a punk house in Portland ... but then again, de-botchery sometimes gets the better of my brain.
The cutthroat competitive botchery of the someprofits are giving the real non-profits a bad name and are impeding the less-than-profits from doing the real grassroots mobilization.
People need to know the real version, in all its majestic whore botchery.
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