OTHER WORDS FROM bumblebumbler, noun
Other definitions for bumble (2 of 2)
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How to use bumble in a sentence
When some small, edible creature such as an ant bumbles against the strand, it breaks loose from the ground and yanks the tiny morsel upward to flail helplessly in the air.How a tiny spider uses silk to lift prey 50 times its own weight|Susan Milius|February 3, 2021|Science News
Meanwhile, Periscope which has largely bumbled along over the years, is in a particularly fragile place with app code emerging just today that indicates an impending shutdown for the app.
Zach Woods and Suzy Nakamura round out the cast as other Avenue 5 employees, all of whom bumble around while attempting to maintain order onboard.Everyone on TV just wants to be launched into space|Sonia Rao|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
But here comes the Bumbler, and now for the agony of the entertainment.
Monsieur, we may observe, had completely superseded the Bumbler, just as a colonel supersedes a captain on coming up.