He'd botch it, as he's botched everything foreign-policy related in this campaign.
No man ever yet undertook tew alter his natur by substituting sum invenshun ov his own, but what made a botch job ov it.
Both of them have made a botch of their errand,” said he, “and are causing the bride to wait in vain!
When man attempts to add a finishing-touch to the loveliness of the forest, lake, or ocean, he makes a botch of it.
They've been running it for thousands of years—and look at the botch they've made of it!
I told him I was glad to hear it for I never tried to tell it myself without making a botch of it.
Mr. Primefit, the Eton Stultz, is changed into botch, the cobbler.
This state of affairs leads to makeshifts, and they in turn lead to botch work.
Work that is not finished, is not work at all; it is merely a botch.
They wasnt no sea nor shore for botch no more; they wasnt no earth, no heavens.
late 14c., bocchen "to repair," later, "to spoil by unskillful work" (1520s); of unknown origin. Related: Botched; botching. As a noun from c.1600.
the name given in Deut. 28:27, 35 to one of the Egyptian plagues (Ex. 9:9). The word so translated is usually rendered "boil" (q.v.).