Todd Akin now says he misspoke, declaring rape “evil” and blaming his blunder on ole foot-in-mouth disease.
After a blunder by England's goalie, the U.S. finished 1-1 in their first World Cup meeting with the Brits in 60 years.
Above all, this is not the time to blunder into horrendous religious and civil wars with direct and extensive U.S. military force.
It seems like the roots of every Republican blunder can be traced to this sunny Southern California hamlet.
One Gingrich blunder may resonate beyond the complicated back-and-forth about investments and lobbying rules.
"The Jacobins will rise in consequence of this blunder," was the doleful prophecy.
Floyd is not at home to be consulted, and she does not wish to blunder or to annoy him.
Many a laugh was raised at their expense, as they marched about in blessed ignorance of their blunder.
If she could be able to convince them of their blunder, would it be wise to do so?
It was a gross blunder of John Calvin not to have retained that institution for the faithful.
mid-14c., apparently from blunder (v.), though of about the same age.