As Republican Gov. Terry Branstad sees it, Romney has blundered and might not even finish in the top three.
Fifty years ago this week, Kennedy gave his historic inaugural address—and soon after blundered into the Bay of Pigs.
And Romney may have blundered with an ad that says Obama sold “Chrysler to Italians who are going to build Jeeps in China.”
John McCain also blundered when he could not recall how many homes he owned.
But for Steve Jack would have blundered into one of the Indian sentries.
To reach it now was hopeless; I should have blundered straight into the elephant.
I blundered—God knows how—into attributing the tremors of the lovers to "the Woods of Madeira," by which they were surrounded.
But in my error I had blundered, overbold, and I tried to explain confusedly.
In each of the four places where I lived I blundered into doing things which I would rather not have recalled.
He'll want to see you, too, now that you've blundered into his territory.
mid-14c., apparently from blunder (v.), though of about the same age.