to bungle or blunder awkwardly; muddle:
He somehow bumbled through two years of college.
to stumble or stagger.
to speak in a low, stuttering, halting manner; mumble.
to do (something) clumsily; botch.
an awkward blunder.
to speak or do in a clumsy, muddled, or inefficient way: he bumbled his way through his speech
(intransitive) to proceed unsteadily; stumble
a blunder or botch
(intransitive) to make a humming sound
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Slang. toilet paper. memoranda, official notices, or the like. noun (Brit) (informal, derogatory) superfluous documents, forms, publicity material, etc (slang) toilet paper n.