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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of fumble.

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Examples

  • Urquhart has expressed regret for what he called a fumbled effort to make the point that tyrants tend to abuse the separation of church and state.

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  • || Urquhart has expressed regret for what he called a fumbled effort to make the point that tyrants tend to abuse the separation of church and state.

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  • Urquhart has expressed regret for what he called a fumbled effort to make the point that tyrants tend to abuse the separation of church and state.

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  • Urquhart has expressed regret for what he called a fumbled effort to make the point that tyrants tend to abuse the separation of church and state.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Urquhart has expressed regret for what he called a fumbled effort to make the point that tyrants tend to abuse the separation of church and state.

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  • Delvin fumbled at the terminal, and a swash of cold water splashed over us, flooding the ground.

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  • Torain fumbled the ball twice in the fourth quarter, only one of which was recovered by the Redskins.

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  • The Wildcats 'first score, a 41-yard field goal by Jason Bondzio, also came after a turnover, when UCLA's Terrence Austin fumbled a punt and Vuna Tuihalamaka recovered at the Arizona 47.

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  • Vincent Rhodes recovered it at the Tech 16 but the Bears nearly lost their scoring opportunity chance five plays later when officials ruled Griffin fumbled into the end zone as he tried to reach the ball over the goal line for a score.

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  • Leading 17-7, Harvin fumbled on the second play of the third.

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