De Casimir made a gesture of anger and seemed to be mentally assigning a punishment to some blunderer.
"blunderer, on the contrary, it is too late," replied Montalais.
The small lady gave the blunderer a grave, brief, now-you-have-done-it glance and looked down.
Rodenard, the blunderer, had been at fault when he had said that Lesperon had expired.
He will exhibit a degree of tact for one calling, while he may be a blunderer at almost anything else.
The flush, so vivid, that stayed made him feel himself a blunderer.
As he again heavily cursed the blunderer, the others murmured to each other various I told you so's.
Sometimes he admonished some laggard or blunderer, "Hurry, thah, Sammy!"
No blunderer could have successfully encountered such troops as those of Napoleon, and under such a leader.
The Prussian, therefore, in diplomacy is a blunderer and a bully.
mid-14c., apparently from blunder (v.), though of about the same age.