Tatum and Hill reunite in 22 Jump Street as Jenko and Schmidt, hapless cops who go undercover as students to bungle a drug ring.
The Bergamots do have a beautiful life—a life they bungle out of fear, vanity, desperation, and love.
The Yankees have been paying for this $270 million bungle—enabled by some savvy advice from Goldman Sachs—ever since.
Every Senator who voted for Obamacare is accused of being the 60th vote, but few managed to bungle the process as badly as Nelson.
Well, well have to admit we made a bungle of the affair all around, teased Tom.
In the first place she'll be sorry for you, because you will make such a bungle of it.
Chub would be willing enough, but he would only bungle things.
He must understand his position, so as not to bungle the thing.
The Pomeranian was too scared, and bungle and Popocatepetl were too angry.
"I made a false step there; but it was just like me to bungle," continued Gaston.
1520s, origin obscure. OED suggests imitative; perhaps a mix of boggle and bumble, or more likely from a Scandinavian word akin to Swedish bangla "to work ineffectually," Old Swedish bunga "to strike" (cf. German Bengel "cudgel," also "rude fellow"). Related: Bungled; bungling.
1650s, from bungle (v.).