liable to make awkward blunders:
a bumbling mechanic.
clumsily incompetent or ineffectual:
the act or practice of making blunders:
The bumbling of their officers cost them the battle.
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 make a buzzing, humming sound, as a bee.
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
a boat used in peddling provisions and small wares among vessels lying in port or offshore. Historical Examples A Gunner Aboard the “Yankee” Russell Doubleday noun any small boat used for ferrying supplies or goods for sale to a ship at anchor or at a mooring
a person who avoids work and sponges on others; loafer; idler. a tramp, hobo, or derelict. Informal. an enthusiast of a specific sport or recreational activity, especially one who gives it priority over work, family life, etc.: a ski bum; a tennis bum. Informal. an incompetent person. a drunken orgy; debauch. Informal. to borrow without […]
of uneven surface; full of bumps: a bumpy road. full of jolts: a bumpy ride. causing jolts: Bumpy air shook the airplane. having many difficulties or failures; full of ups and downs: He had a rather bumpy career before he settled down in his present job. adjective bumpier, bumpiest having an uneven surface: a bumpy […]