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    1. He tried making the sound of a thonga blundering into the wallow

    2. “We don’t want you blundering around in areas we know nothing about

    3. He was blundering through his room, apparently looking for them

    4. There was no more noise, but he knew better than to just go blundering in there

    5. Perhaps this is a typical career path for university graduates of photography? Meanwhile I was blundering from job to job, not knowing what was happening to me or where I was going

    6. There were lamps that were lit at night so that one could cross the bridge without blundering into the water

    7. Best of all, his article "Pandemonium Prevents Rescue," the theme that American forces were a blundering batch of idiots who indiscriminately murdered Vietnamese civilians, had been picked up by the wire services and trumpeted in the liberal journals and magazines

    8. "And why not? Surely it would be more comfortable than blundering through the forest

    9. Anyone blundering into these rooms can ruin years of highly specialised research

    10. A pantherish twist and shift of his body avoided the blundering rush of two yellow swordsmen, and the blade of one missing its objective, was sheathed in the breast of the other

    11. "He didn't smell us at the rock, and he's blundering about through the forest trying to pick up our scent

    12. To Conan, wilderness-bred, their rush through the shrubbery was like the blundering stampede of cattle

    13. Suddenly she muttered harshly: "Mainwaring's blundering and inefficiencies make him as deadly as the Soviet KGB

    14. blundering into an ants’ nest or something

    15. If it wasn’t for his teachings I might still be blundering about without a clue

    16. A blundering beastly sort of animal

    17. He helped me into my dress, his fingers blundering over the tiny buttons a few times, and then adjusted his breeches

    18. No point blundering about checking all the warehouses or sheds as we'd be here until the rains stopped and the sun came out – many millions of years hence

    19. "I'm warped, and encrusted, and blundering," went on Ingeborg, who was always thorough when it came to adjectives

    20. I guess I’ll just have to see if I can play it out the rest of the way without blundering, that’s all

    21. Then; child rearing would become a difficult but manageable art form; not a blind blundering of guesses and mistaken assumptions

    22. As a further warning: people have no conception or idea of the pure envy and hatred that once-living entities may feel for still-living humans: after blundering through their own misspent lives and ending up in what they believe to be eternity, with a host of regrets, frustrations and hatreds that remain unresolved and unfaced

    23. A moment later, the sound of crashing and blundering came from the far end of the basement

    24. And We turn away their hearts and their visions, as they refused to believe in it the first time, and We leave them blundering in their rebellion

    25. The night was darkish, though Sancho would have been glad had it been quite dark, so as to find in the darkness an excuse for his blundering

    26. "They ought to have told me, and not let me go blundering and scolding, when I should have been more kind and patient than ever

    27. For another thing; I would have your graces understand that Sancho Panza is one of the drollest squires that ever served knight-errant; sometimes there is a simplicity about him so acute that it is an amusement to try and make out whether he is simple or sharp; he has mischievous tricks that stamp him rogue, and blundering ways that prove him a booby; he doubts everything and believes

    28. "Now, I ask you, you blundering booby," said my guardian, very sternly, "once more and for the last time, what the man you have brought here is prepared to swear?"

    29. I saw him through the window, seizing his horse's mane, and mounting in his blundering brutal manner, and sidling and backing away

    30. But he got up and came blundering on toward them

    31. Stumbling and blundering, he found his way to the opened run and dragged himself up it

    32. The unfortunate delay can be apportioned between a blundering pilot and an intrusive sandbank

    33. But now in prison, infreedom, he thought over and criticised all his actions again and by no means found them so blundering and so grotesque as they had seemed at the fatal time

    34. He led her down to the drawing-room door, and then turned away, observing to himself that he was rather a blundering husband to be dependent for his wife's trust in him on the influence of another woman

    35. "She isn't there, little lady, and nobody's there—and you never see nothing, my sweet! How can poor Miss Jessel—when poor Miss Jessel's dead and buried? WE know, don't we, love?"—and she appealed, blundering in, to the child

    36. After blundering frantically in the gloom, falling over logs, bumping crash into trees, and shouting and calling till they must have waked everything in the forest for miles, at last they managed to gather themselves in a bundle and count themselves by touch

    37. `No good blundering about in a fog!'

    38. “Have you all been laughing at me? The blundering intern who didn’t know he was working with the UAI?”

    39. In 1812 and 1813 Kutuzov was openly accused of blundering

    40. Creaks as of an immense ship blundering through tides

    41. I had never seen anyone blundering into the place or striding out with a fresher gaze

    42. The panicked sackbut ran into the woods, blundering into thirty-meter-tall trees and cracking their trunks

    43. I won't make those blundering remarks anymore

    44. This was, according to her, the reason for his haste and constant blundering as he evoked the past

    45. “Now, here again comes this Public Opinion, like a blundering, powerful ox

    46. A herd of cattle was feeding in the hollow below them, left there by some blundering Spaniard

    47. Along the margin came those who were on foot threatened by the wheels, stumbling in the ditches, blundering into one another

    48. These experiences were very memorable and valuable to me—anchored in forty feet of water, and twenty or thirty rods from the shore, surrounded sometimes by thousands of small perch and shiners, dimpling the surface with their tails in the moonlight, and communicating by a long flaxen line with mysterious nocturnal fishes which had their dwelling forty feet below, or sometimes dragging sixty feet of line about the pond as I drifted in the gentle night breeze, now and then feeling a slight vibration along it, indicative of some life prowling about its extremity, of dull uncertain blundering purpose there, and slow to make up its mind

    49. But the placing of the cap-sheaf to all this blundering business was reserved for the scientific Frederick Cuvier, brother to the famous Baron

    50. Espied by some timid man-of-war or blundering discovery-vessel from afar, when the distance obscuring the swarming fowls, nevertheless still shows the white mass floating in the sun, and the white spray heaving high against it; straightway the whale's unharming corpse, with trembling fingers is set down in the log—SHOALS, ROCKS, AND BREAKERS HEREABOUTS: BEWARE! And for years afterwards, perhaps, ships shun the place; leaping over it as silly sheep leap over a vacuum, because their leader originally leaped there when a stick was held

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