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- n. Someone who bumbles; a stumbler or blunderer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A bumblebee.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence
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Unlike the good-natured bumbler from the Disney cartoon, this honey-happy bear is a manipulative, abrasive, self-indulgent schemer who is clearly unapologetic in his larcenous adventure.
As to Morgan: the sooner the old bumbler is put out his own (and Wales's) misery, the better.
"Gerald Ford became known as a bumbler," he recalled, "and every time he hit his head on a door it became news."
Bush, the verbal bumbler, is the Great Communicator of the age.
Like Wallace, Saunders also appears in his own journalism as the bumbling, inexperienced journalist, but Saunders is more believable as a bumbler, which is to say that he is a bumbler, which is part of the charm.
He said he hoped to address the enduring mischaracterization in films of Holmes loyal companion Dr. James Watson, as a "bumbler" which he blamed on actor Nigel Bruce's inaccurate portrayal.
He likened the situation to Chevy Chase making Gerald Ford look like a "bumbler" in 1976.
Same thing the bumbler did, why don't we here more about his abandonment of duty to run for president.
Is it any wonder that we now have an empty suit, above his pay grade bumbler in the White House?
December 1st, 2009 8: 52 pm ET how could anyone sound like the bumbler bush. obama can speak, and can give a intelligent speech. bush couldnt back what he was doing he just said i am going to war, and lied about the reasons.