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- n. Agent noun of fumble; one who fumbles.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who fumbles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who fumbles or gropes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence
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This idea that more is better is a hallmark of this Administration’s overreaching but a fumbler is a fumbler is a fumbler and if they had a cop in every household they still would get it wrong.
I decided to write about the poor fumbler who stumbled onto the conspiracy, and how he put it down.
High marks for Curb 10/9c, which uses the insistent Mister Softee ice-cream truck theme as a psychological catalyst for Larry David's latest woes — which leads to an inspired encounter with infamous Red Sox ball fumbler Bill Buckner.
This was the case for last year's failed Christmas Day crotch bomber from Nigeria, and for the Pakistan-born Times Square firecracker fumbler from Connecticut.
If Obama nominates a fumbler like Granholm next time, weâll see DEFCON 3 levels of mattress deployment.
He was a fumbler interested in the quirkiest of things about unsuspecting persons of interest, sidestepping his way to what he really was after.
Because only the fumbler can recover for his team if the ball goes forward in the final two minutes, it was placed at the 1.
Not a fumbler, but when he gets high in his pads, he exposes the ball a bit ...
Nature seems to find it so, but she always has been a roundabout fumbler.
What an abbreviator and clawer off of lawsuits, reconciler of differences, examiner and fumbler of bags, peruser of bills, scribbler of rough drafts, and engrosser of deeds would he not make!