Another word for blunder
blunder bumble 1flounder 1lumber 2lurch 1stumbleSearch Thesaurus
These verbs mean to move awkwardly or unsteadily: blundered about the dark room; flies bumbling against the screen; floundered up the muddy trail; a wagon lumbering along an unpaved road; twisted her ankle and lurched home; stumbled but regained his balance.
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A stupid, clumsy mistake:bull2, bungle, foozle, fumble, muff, stumble. (Informal) blooper, boner. (Slang) bloomer, goof. See correct
To move awkwardly or clumsily:bumble1, stumble. See ability, move
To proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner:bumble1, bungle, flounder, fudge, fumble, limp, muddle, shuffle, stagger, stumble. See thrive
To harm irreparably through inept handling; make a mess:ball up, boggle, botch, bungle, foul up, fumble, gum up, mess up, mishandle, mismanage, muddle, muff, spoil. (Informal) bollix up, muck up. (Slang) blow1, goof up, louse up, screw up, snafu. Idiom: make a muck of. See correct, help