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  • n. Plural form of fumbler.


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  • She liked the nervous types, the rabbits, the fumblers, the apologizers, the ones plagued with hairtrigger problems.


  • So listen up, affair fumblers: There's only one Bill, okay?

    Roderick Spencer: Guys, You Will Never Top Him, So Quit Trying!

  • When it comes to handling the English language, we are all fumblers — with the possible exception of Waugh himself, who, asGore Vidalonce observed, wrote “prose so chaste that at times one longs for a violation of syntax to suggest that its creator is fallible, or at least part American.”

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • In the last thirty years, I've been loved by fumblers, and hurt by experts.

    Old Windows and New Eyes

  • Here, take this ticket and stumble home like the rest of the fumblers and tumblers.

    Adam Sol: A conversation ending with a poem

  • Have we become a nation of bumbling, tumbling, fumblers?

    The world sex chart

  • The crooks and fumblers at Verisign are still trying to stave off the inevitable $100,000,000 payment that Gary Kremen is demanding for their criminally stupid handling of the theft of his sex. com domain.

    Boing Boing: February 2, 2003 - February 8, 2003 Archives

  • This paradise for those who subscribe to do-it-yourself turns modestly competent amateurs into confident renovators and barely competent fumblers into people capable of remodeling their kitchens.


  • At that time their relationship had been all smiles and shared Polo mints, larded with gossip about the fumblers and fallers in the great parliamentary steeplechase, but now the driver stared at him, oblivious and unrecognizing.

    Whispers Of Betrayal

  • The one who had delivered the barking greeting yipped something else and the two fumblers obediently abandoned their efforts.

    Jed the Dead


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