verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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This initiative highlights activists from Cuba to China, who use satire to poke fun at their blundering and oppressive regimes.
He and several other blundering referees were cut by FIFA when it announced its list of officials for the remaining three rounds.
It defies plausibility to suggest that president after president after president is blundering or inept.
Twice he made the blundering maid repeat the telegram, and finally exhausted with the mental effort, dropped into unconsciousness.The Motor Maids at Sunrise Camp|Katherine Stokes
But there was neither respect nor pity for the unhappy man after his blundering attempt to leave the country.Caricature and Other Comic Art|James Parton.
His blundering French accent and slow choice of words had departed.A Maker of History|E. Phillips Oppenheim
The failure of Mr. Clay is, therefore, more probably to be ascribed to Abolitionist fanaticism than to his own blundering.The Middle Period 1817-1858|John William Burgess
The blundering garron had been made restive by the rush past, and the hookah all but fell from the hampered hands.From Sea to Sea|Rudyard Kipling