Some members of the leadership are charging that he bungled his assignment in Qatar.
What is known is that Peña Nieto bungled his response to the crisis.
Within hours, the moralizing Los Angeles local media had bungled this heaven-sent opportunity.
Once again presidential favorites, no matter how much they bungled, elude accountability.
Meanwhile Romney team had bungled what might later have been an actual real criticism of the president and his team.
At some point, my good Dalny, you must have bungled the affair.
Partly they succeeded, partly they bungled, but they learned much.
What if I bungled those landings right there in front of that gang?
I'm only going to tell Mr. Winter that we've bungled the job.
Besides, it is one of the most interesting cases that I have ever met with, and I am not going to see it bungled.
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.).