flub definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To botch; bungle.
    • To botch; bungle.
    • To botch; bungle.
    • To botch; bungle.
    • To botch; bungle.
    • To botch; bungle.
    • To botch; bungle.
    • To botch; bungle.
    • To botch; bungle.
    • To botch; bungle.
    • To botch; bungle.
    • To botch; bungle.
  • noun:
    • The act or an example of botching or bungling: "Their literature leans toward a comedy of little personal flubs and withered chastity” ( James Wolcott).
    • The act or an example of botching or bungling: "Their literature leans toward a comedy of little social flubs and withered chastity” ( James Wolcott).
    • a mistake; a mistake in the overall performance an action.
    • identical to foozle, 2.
    • an awkward blunder
    • The work or an example of botching or bungling: "Their literary works leans toward a comedy of tiny social flubs and withered chastity” ( James Wolcott).
    • one; an error into the performance an action.
    • An error; a mistake inside performance an action.
    • just like foozle, 2.
    • just like foozle, 2.
    • an embarrassing blunder
    • an awkward error
    • The act or an instance of botching or bungling: "Their literature leans toward a comedy of small social flubs and withered chastity” ( James Wolcott).
    • An error; a blunder inside overall performance an action.
    • just like foozle, 2.
    • an uncomfortable mistake
    • The act or an instance of botching or bungling: "Their Particular literary works leans toward a comedy of tiny social flubs and withered chastity” ( James Wolcott).
    • a mistake; a mistake inside performance an action.
    • Same as foozle, 2.
    • The act or an instance of botching or bungling: "Their Particular literature leans toward a comedy of small personal flubs and withered chastity” ( James Wolcott).
    • An error; an error into the performance an action.
    • an uncomfortable blunder
    • Same as foozle, 2.
    • The work or an instance of botching or bungling: "Their Particular literature leans toward a comedy of small personal flubs and withered chastity” ( James Wolcott).
    • An error; an error in overall performance an action.
    • an embarrassing mistake
    • identical to foozle, 2.
    • The act or an instance of botching or bungling: "Their literature leans toward a comedy of small social flubs and withered chastity” ( James Wolcott).
    • The act or an instance of botching or bungling: "Their literature leans toward a comedy of small social flubs and withered chastity” ( James Wolcott).
    • The act or an example of botching or bungling: "Their literature leans toward a comedy of little social flubs and withered chastity” ( James Wolcott).
    • a mistake; an error within the performance an action.
    • an uncomfortable blunder
    • The act or an instance of botching or bungling: "Their literature leans toward a comedy of small social flubs and withered chastity” ( James Wolcott).
    • The act or an example of botching or bungling: "Their literary works leans toward a comedy of tiny social flubs and withered chastity” ( James Wolcott).
    • An error; an error within the performance an action.
    • An error; a blunder when you look at the overall performance an action.
    • a mistake; an error in the overall performance an action.
    • a mistake; an error inside performance an action.
    • identical to foozle, 2.
    • Same as foozle, 2.
    • identical to foozle, 2.
    • identical to foozle, 2.
    • an uncomfortable blunder
    • an uncomfortable mistake
    • an embarrassing blunder
    • Same as foozle, 2.
    • an embarrassing mistake
    • an awkward mistake
  • verb:
    • To goof, fumble, or err when you look at the performance of an action.
    • make in pretty bad shape of, destroy or ruin
    • To goof, fumble, or err within the overall performance of an action.
    • To goof, fumble, or err in performance of an action.
    • make in pretty bad shape of, destroy or destroy
    • make chaos of, destroy or ruin
    • To goof, fumble, or err within the overall performance of an action.
    • make chaos of, destroy or ruin
    • To goof, fumble, or err inside performance of an action.
    • make in pretty bad shape of, destroy or ruin
    • To goof, fumble, or err in overall performance of an action.
    • make in pretty bad shape of, destroy or destroy
    • To goof, fumble, or err into the performance of an action.
    • make chaos of, destroy or destroy
    • To goof, fumble, or err into the overall performance of an action.
    • To goof, fumble, or err inside overall performance of an action.
    • To goof, fumble, or err when you look at the overall performance of an action.
    • To goof, fumble, or err in performance of an action.
    • make chaos of, destroy or destroy
    • make in pretty bad shape of, destroy or destroy
    • make chaos of, destroy or ruin
    • To goof, fumble, or err in performance of an action.
    • make in pretty bad shape of, destroy or ruin
    • make chaos of, destroy or destroy
  • others:
    • To bang; flop.
    • To bang; flop.
    • To bang; flop.
    • To bang; flop.
    • To bang; flop.
    • To bang; flop.
    • To bang; flop.
    • To bang; flop.
    • To bang; flop.
    • To bang; flop.
    • To bang; flop.
    • To bang; flop.

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