Definitions

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  • noun One who flounders, who behaves clumsily without direction.
  • noun Someone who fishes for flounder.

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Examples

  • Hey if he sends Boris and Natasha a note could they call it fan mail from a flounderer?

    Andrew Sullivan: "There’s a case for feeling that Obama is floundering."

  • Sometimes, in these mazes, one person got nine-tenths of the way through, while the other floundered-and then the flounderer followed the other trail to victory while the nine - tenths person floundered.

    Blue Adept

  • At their wedding, his best man described him as a cross between Woody Allen and Biggles, part buccaneer, part hopeless, humorous flounderer.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • At their wedding, his best man described him as a cross between Woody Allen and Biggles, part buccaneer, part hopeless, humorous flounderer.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Two quotes, first: "We are left in no doubt, as man after man reveals himself to be a fool or a flounderer, that the world is electrified by the fervor of female intelligence."

    GreenCine Daily

  • Two quotes, first: "We are left in no doubt, as man after man reveals himself to be a fool or a flounderer, that the world is electrified by the fervor of female intelligence."

    GreenCine Daily

  • Two quotes, first: "We are left in no doubt, as man after man reveals himself to be a fool or a flounderer, that the world is electrified by the fervor of female intelligence."

    GreenCine Daily

  • Two quotes, first: "We are left in no doubt, as man after man reveals himself to be a fool or a flounderer, that the world is electrified by the fervor of female intelligence."

    GreenCine Daily

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