This initiative highlights activists from Cuba to China, who use satire to poke fun at their blundering and oppressive regimes.
He and several other blundering referees were cut by FIFA when it announced its list of officials for the remaining three rounds.
It defies plausibility to suggest that president after president after president is blundering or inept.
Suddenly the idea that he was blundering again exasperated him.
But if I was a blundering amateur in all this, they were not so much discourteous as envious.
I am beginning to think I am a blundering fellow—where women are concerned.
"I shouldn't wonder but you think me a blundering blocket," said Davy.
He feels an honest, blundering, but real and passionate affection.
There should be no blundering through an excessive precipitancy.
She was in the gravest need of his support; and he was an ass, a blundering fool.
mid-14c., apparently from blunder (v.), though of about the same age.