verb (used with or without object), flubbed, flub·bing.
Origin of flub
Examples from the Web for flub
The DHS secretary will likely survive her "the system worked" flub.
And all confessed and joined his party, and he was known as the wisest king of the Flub Dubs.'Charge It'|Irving Bacheller
"I seem to flub everything," I remarked, unaccountably nettled.I Walked in Arden|Jack Crawford
When a half-grown girl, a half-baked boy, a flub like Mulready—damn his eyes!The Black Bag|Louis Joseph Vance
British Dictionary definitions for flub
verb flubs, flubbing or flubbed
Word Origin for flub
Word Origin and History for flub
1924, American English, perhaps suggested by fluff, flop, etc. Related: Flubbed; flubbing. As a noun, by 1952.