a gross, stupid, or careless mistake:
That’s your second blunder this morning.
to move or act blindly, stupidly, or without direction or steady guidance:
Without my glasses I blundered into the wrong room.
to make a gross or stupid mistake, especially through carelessness or mental confusion:
Just pray that he doesn’t blunder again and get the names wrong.
to bungle; botch:
Several of the accounts were blundered by that new assistant.
to utter thoughtlessly; blurt out:
He blundered his surprise at their winning the award.
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a stupid or clumsy mistake
a foolish tactless remark
verb (mainly intransitive)
to make stupid or clumsy mistakes
to make foolish tactless remarks
often foll by about, into, etc. to act clumsily; stumble: he blundered into a situation he knew nothing about
(transitive) to mismanage; botch
to mix (clay or the like) with water, so as to form a liquid suspension. verb (transitive) to mix (clay or a similar substance) with water in order to form a suspension for use in ceramics
a large container with rotating arms for mechanical mixing of clay with water. a person who blunges. noun a large vat in which the contents, esp clay and water, are mixed by rotating arms
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