verb (used with object)
Origin of botch1
Related formsbotch·ed·ly [boch-id-lee] /ˈbɒtʃ ɪd li/, adverbbotch·er, nounbotch·er·y, noun
Examples from the Web for botcher
God will hear Mr. Botcher better if he closes his eyes; which he does.
The owner of these features, having only Mr. Botcher in his line of vision, made what was perhaps an unguarded remark.
Only veterans and experts like Mr. Bascom and Mr. Botcher can recognize the last ditch when they see it.
Rachel was a botcher and a bungler, a very cobbler, beside Anne Turner.She Stands Accused|Victor MacClure
"Brush was only lookin' at it from the point of view of gettin' 'em through," honest Mr. Botcher put in, in stentorian tones.