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  • n. Plural form of bumbling.

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Examples

  • I haven't read all that she wrote, but those stories of hers that I know and love tend to involve bumblings and mix-ups, domestic complications, cranky yet endearing magicians, and a completely original and wonderful view of the world.

    Monica Edinger: Diana Wynne Jones: An Appreciation

  • His speech today and I use the term loosley, was riddled with bumblings and mistakes what a bore.

    McCain goes after second Obama VP vetter

  • I reflected upon my mercifully short marriage and other romantic bumblings.

    Then there was the time I married the incompatible stranger « knitnut.net

  • They will envy those guys in the street who does not have to answer even if they committed numerous bumblings.

    A Noisier Parliament.

  • Listening to Bush's bleatings, mumblings, stumblings and bumblings is to hear the psychopath's atempt to mimic human speech in order to fake an appearance of normality.

    Pre-literate President.

  • I couldn't stand the knight Chris at first, but forgave her ice queen bumblings when she took off the armor and ditched the horse.

    Archive 2003-01-01

  • It is superb, very, very funny and packs enough information to make you regret the bumblings of humankind.

    Reader reviews of A Walk In The Woods by Bill Bryson.

  • And shooting his makeshift medical bumblings in grainy, high-contrast black and white, as Six does, doesn't make them any artsier.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • Bush has been gracious in his praise of President Obama, but to give Bush or the Bush administration ANY real credibility in this is to merely appease the Party line -- because there is no way the bumblings of the Bush administration and severely WRONG MOVES helped in any way, shape or form.

  • "Luck" seems such an insufficent word to describe the failure of law enforcement to stop these threats to Americans only to be magically rescued by the inept bumblings of would-be terrorists.

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