Выберите язык
    Синонимы и Определения Перейти к синонимам

    Используйте «blunder» в предложении

    blunder примеры предложений





    1. For all of his on-screen thud and blunder, our movie star was not

    2. People were safe and alive, far be it for him to blunder in righting wrongs that were not even considered wrongs by many of the people involved

    3. In her blunder

    4. Hillary Clinton, presumably not realizing that she"s in completely over her head as Secretary of State, made the following peace-destroying blunder last week: „We believe … that it is in the interests of the United States to engage with all parties that are peaceful and committed to nonviolence, that intend to compete for the Egyptian parliament and presidency

    5. By negligence and blunder, the land operations from first to last were a series of mistakes, any one of which might have proved fatal to American arms

    6. Had the impetuous Latins waited in their position, they could have swept off the exhausted Americans as they gained the summit, and the victory evolved from the egregious blunder of July 1st might have had a different sequel

    7. The terrorists made a blunder by driving past the local Police Station where the gate guard shot and killed the driver

    8. She wouldn’t blunder again: the horses wouldn’t be mentioned until he brought it up

    9. He had of course learned of the Procrastinator Militant’s blunder and even though second hand accounts rarely manage to do justice, he had exchanged knowing looks and smiles with the Arch-minister that had gone largely unnoticed by the Procrastinator Militant; a somewhat alarming fact if one would care to extrapolate the level of the Procastinators’ vigilance from the qualities apparent in its most senior member

    10. blunder? scripture says, “It is appointed to man once to die and then

    11. This is, as you will see later, a huge blunder

    12. Of course, I must also point out that if the commander happened to blunder into success, I am sure he would insist it was exactly as he planned, while if his carefully laid out plans ended in disaster, it would of course be due to his mislaid trust in some designated advisor

    13. While they were deciding the best way to proceed to his help, the impatient Ferrante decided to blunder ahead again against Percy, buoyed by the imminent arrival of the Holy League forces under Juan Francisco Gonzaga

    14. If the consequences of this RCMP blunder weren’t so sad, one could laugh

    15. Who’s to blame for this social blunder? According to a recent

    16. They know that in building their corporate empire, any one of their underlings can cause their demise by just one blunder,” and they have a lack of trust

    17. What had she done? She felt like crying at seeing her work wasted—her big plan shot down by a thoughtless blunder

    18. A fatal blunder

    19. So we blunder along blindly, taking decisions on what we call

    20. When inebriated one might blunder and lose control and fall into carefully laid traps

    21. Unable to respond, paralyzed by his blunder and sheer stupidity, Tommy simply stared at her

    22. The second great blunder of the Master's early followers, and one which all subsequent generations have persisted in perpetuating, was to organize the Christian teaching so completely about the person of Jesus

    23. 3 Jesus would have good-naturedly managed the crowd and effectively disarmed even his violent enemies had it not been for the tactical blunder of one of his own apostles, Simon Zelotes, who, with the help of Nahor, one of the younger evangelists, had meanwhile gathered together a group of Jesus' friends from among the crowd and, assuming a belligerent attitude, had served notice on the enemies of the Master to go hence

    24. Rome made a great blunder, a far-reaching error in earthly affairs, when she sent the second-rate Pilate to govern Palestine

    25. It was an hour since Samson discovered their blunder

    26. Carol did not want to have to admit her blunder, but she was cornered

    27. I made a blunder at the outset

    28. It could be a tactical blunder the size of the one Custer made at Little Big Horn

    29. Kennedy fired the head of the CIA, Allen Dulles, for the blunder of “Bay of Pigs” and a couple of others near the top, and Dulles later came back to join the Warren Commission for the investigation into his death

    30. startled that in his two years and eleven months intermittent stay in Theo's house, a baptismal blunder like that could

    31. Does that mean that we all blunder into hell in the end?’

    32. This is claimed as a blunder to equal Dunkirk

    33. That was an arrogant blunder

    34. The news chronicle stated "though individual courage and steadfast devotion to duty was evident, those primarily responsible for the war's greatest blunder must be brought to book"

    35. This would subsequently be acknowledged by friend and foe alike as a major tactical blunder; General Eisenhower seemed unable to comprehend that Berlin had become the strategic centre of Europe

    36. From the British viewpoint, they were completely exasperated, realising that Eisenhower had made a colossal blunder

    37. Far from being a strategic necessity as the Japanese were later to claim, the surprise attack on Pearl Harbour was in effect a short-term tactical masterpiece but a long-term strategic blunder

    38. What a stupid blunder! Of course, Parducci was right

    39. Even, he had committed such a great blunder

    40. I had done a great blunder to myself; how could I face this world

    41. I realized what the blunder I was about to commit

    42. I have done a great blunder while staying in this hostel

    43. Mike! We have in fact committed a blunder and put our all out attention to external enemies but remained ignored of domestic nourished in internal arena

    44. Is it not a serious blunder? In the beginning, no doubt, it is loathsome; but after studying pathology, medicine, operative surgery, morbid anatomy, bacteriology and so on, the course becomes very interesting in the final year

    45. In this they commit a grave blunder like the medical students

    46. It is a serious Himalayan blunder

    47. The resignation was to prove a big blunder, driven as much by hubris as naivety

    48. Oh, consider these things, and give God your heart! Let it not be said of you at last, as it is of many, that your "youth was a blunder, your manhood a struggle, and your old age a regret

    49. That was the blunder of my life

    50. Father to shake His Heavenly Head in amazement and wonder as I continue to blunder,

    1. I wondered how many people had blundered into these very stones, perhaps fleeing in the dark from pillaging, murderous pirates

    2. He tramped on, skirting pools of stagnant water – thanking his stars that he hadn’t blundered into one of those in the darkness

    3. It lead thru crops, and then into an area of fruit bushes much like those he had blundered into on his way down

    4. The town begins rather abruptly and unfortunately I blundered into it without realizing it was here

    5. One of them was the people I had a meal with, it was their garden I blundered into

    6. “After everything his hardships should have taught him, he blundered to the end

    7. You blundered about, banging your head against walls and furniture, desperate to scratch the itch in your ear

    8. In a moment the insanity of the tactics dawned upon the American army; not though the soldiers knew someone had blundered

    9. Finally they all left, their interminable goodbyes were said, and the motor cavalcade blundered on up the road

    10. Harry was about six-foot-five, two hundred thirty pounds, and I suppose the doctors had a hard time filling out them forms, when Harry blundered into their offices expecting to get any help from them

    11. thing must be turned properly and not blundered about!”

    12. There had been rejoicing when they blundered onto the

    13. blundered, The Goal was probably even better off without my

    14. Then I blundered into a fence and fell, entangled in barbed wire

    15. But, for the first time, she wondered if he'd blundered his way into something important

    16. I blundered around, gave up and spent an itchy night with spiders, bush-rats, ants, wallabies, monitors and innumerable rustles

    17. Among those dark or dimly lighted upper chambers he quickly lost all sense of direction, and it was not strange that he eventually blundered into a chamber into which his foes were just pouring

    18. He blundered into the Cimmerian as the latter stopped dead, and rebounded from his brawny shoulders as though from an iron statue

    19. The ominous crackling still sounded behind them, as the dragon blundered in his erratic course

    20. Scowling, his lips unconsciously moving as he struggled with the task, he blundered through the manuscript, finding much of it untranslatable and most of the rest of it obscure

    21. Why should Fate baulk at such common sin as these grizzly misfits blundered into?

    22. Adam could never have foreseen it happening, but he had blundered into one of the finest urban lifestyles in Australia

    23. In the corner of the window frame, a black spider pounced on an unfortunate fly that had blundered into its sticky web

    24. somehow, my father blundered onto the road and, along with my mother, they were killed

    25. “Suppose we had blundered in and confronted the girl, and then those guys came in; we would’ve had a problem explaining that away

    26. Rod shook his head in disbelief at the thought of all the perils he had blundered his way past on

    27. He had blundered in his treatment of Syd

    28. A failure is a man who has blundered, but is not able to cash in on the

    29. If she’d got there a moment earlier she would have blundered into him

    30. The huge figure blundered past in a shower of leaves and twigs

    31. ” Hal glanced in the direction they had been heading—the direction from which the monster had blundered

    32. You might never have blundered so dramatically, but the odds are

    33. At five o'clock, when I felt that a gentle shaking of Charlotte was no longer avoidable if we were to reach Binz that evening, and was preparing to apply it with cousinly gingerliness, an obliging bumble-bee who had been swinging deliciously for some minutes past in the purple flower of a foxglove on the very edge of the cliff, backed out of it and blundered so near Charlotte's face that he brushed it with his wings

    34. “No, Charlie not a problem, just a bloody disaster! Your Detective Super has blundered his way into the Mets territory, they have had a man in there for months” The Chief was angry

    35. to have blundered into something, or tripped

    36. Heck we have two kids already and another on the way! What more proof do you want than that that we’re yoked together?” Flint had missed his brother’s frantic kill sign motions from overtop of Asia’s head, but he knew he’d blundered when he was finished

    37. He knew how the printers had blundered, but he never took the trouble to correct them when the third edition was in progress, as a man who really cared for the child of his brain would have done

    38. I am too stupid to learn," I blundered out, as red as a peony

    39. While she blushed and blundered, Mr

    40. Not aware of their being in town, however, I blundered on Sir John, I believe, the first day of his coming, and the day after I had called at Mrs

    41. "The simpleton was frightened, and blundered through his message; but he had a

    42. At first, I had to shut some gates after me, and now and then to stand still while the cattle that were lying in the banked-up pathway arose and blundered down among the grass and reeds

    43. At that moment a "He blundered into a stone in the dark, for he was shivering and feverish and quiet voice said, 'El-ahrairah, where are you going?' He had heard nothing, but he knew that the Black Rabbit was beside him

    44. It will cross the iron road and try to pick up traces of those rabbits -- the rabbits Mallow would have found if you hadn't gone and blundered into him

    45. Fear gave him the necessary agility to climb over several low walls, and afterwards he blundered into the overgrown cloisters of the ruined Franciscan convent in one of the by-streets

    46. Then she hastily blundered into the opening bars of “Jacket of Gray” too

    47. While in the Rostovs’ ballroom the sixth anglaise was being danced, to a tune in which the weary musicians blundered, and while tired footmen and cooks were getting the supper, Count Bezukhov had a sixth stroke

    48. He was afraid of getting some other officer into trouble, and silently fixed his eyes on Bagration as a schoolboy who has blundered looks at an examiner

    49. The count, from his study where he was talking to Mitenka, heard her and, like a schoolboy in a hurry to run out to play, blundered in his talk while giving orders to the steward, and at last stopped, while Mitenka stood in front of him also listening and smiling

    50. We blundered from one country to another, from a file of bones to a file of tins, from vaults of marble to vaults of concrete and suddenly we were in old-silent-black-and-white territory

    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


    2. The unavoidable ignorance of administration, besides, concerning the relative importance of the different members of those different assemblies, the offences which must frequently be given, the blunders which must constantly be committed, in attempting to manage them in this manner, seems to render such a system of management altogether impracticable with regard to them

    3. The blunders of the Santiago campaign proved the weakness of the system, and undoubtedly the object lesson will prove valuable, and should leave the army in the hands of trained soldiers rather than politicians

    4. sires and fears and inane blunders

    5. to cover their blunders and the public will forgive

    6. blunders, the enterprises that always ended in catastrophe

    7. "It was a genuinely good meal, though, despite your blunders with the pods

    8. greatest historical blunders and Evil finally came out

    9. And no matter what blunders your fellow men make in their world management of today, in an age to come the gospel which I declare to you will rule this very world

    10. Pilate never really understood the problems involved in the management of the Jews and, therefore, very early in his experience as governor, made a series of almost fatal and well-nigh suicidal blunders

    11. And it was these blunders that gave the Jews such power over him

    12. "Everything! The colossal social, economic and political blunders of the authorities -

    13. "Dracos committed two blunders

    14. Being very honest, plain speaking and principled, he would never tell his Gods what they wanted to hear, and frequently made them look or feel stupid when he pointed out their blunders to them

    15. She especially commented to me what she perceived to have been significant mistakes and blunders that are going to cost us dearly

    16. Apostle Paul: With all these blunders by Theo, I don’t

    17. greatest blunders, even to the point of calling them intentional

    18. When the surviving LSTs landed on the beaches, the blunders continued and many Americans were killed by friendly fire from the British artillery that had started shelling with live ammunition

    19. Unfortunately, the then Security Minister of the Imperium ‘B’, a bastard named Veck, precipitated things with a series of grave blunders

    20. You have the power to rise above all blunders and

    21. One is yesterday with its mistakes and cares, its faults and blunders, its aches and pains

    22. “Dan, they’ll have an antidote in no time and this will go down as one of the greatest blunders in history and everything will go back to normal,” I said, desperately wanting to believe my own words

    23. begun to realize the myriad blunders he’d made in his marriage

    24. Lucy seemed not to mind his blunders in these directions in the least

    25. In short, no more blunders

    26. risk of committing the same blunders for which religion is typically blamed

    27. anymore!'--it was one of the biggest blunders in the

    28. This was the murder of a much loved priest; the police could not afford any blunders

    29. If you were the son of one of the most powerful men in the world and one of the richest in Texas and beloved by millions: if you knew that no matter what stupid mistake you did: your father or oil buddies or inner circle would fix it for you, and cover up your blunders

    30. Shocked by recent blunders, the Fife started doubting his

    31. That all the translators made huge blunders over and over regarding the end of

    32. That al the translators made huge blunders over and over regarding the

    33. That all the translators made huge blunders over and over regarding the end of the lost is such a claim

    34. Although preparation is still important, a good many team managers being newbies to the game are going to make some blunders

    35. At least he might have found relief in raging at his stupidity, as he had raged at the grotesque blunders that had brought him to prison

    36. the girl won't know where she is, and at every turn she will fall into a thousand blunders that will show the thread of her coarse homespun stuff

    37. But what could she do? For the old lady was in the middle of her story, and long before it was done, Jo was off again, make more droll revelations and committing still more fearful blunders

    38. When I was expecting to hear of thy stupidities and blunders, friend Sancho, I have received intelligence of thy displays of good sense, for which I give special thanks to heaven that can raise the poor from the dunghill and of fools to make wise men

    39. "Yes, I hear him trying to spell and read to himself, and pretty blunders he makes! I wish you would repeat Chevy Chase as you did yesterday: it was extremely funny, I heard you; and I heard you turning over the dictionary to seek out the hard words, and then cursing because you couldn't read their explanations!"

    40. The task was done, not free from further blunders; but the pupil claimed a reward, and received at least five kisses: which, however, he generously returned

    41. Bloom, raising a policeman's whitegloved hand, blunders stifflegged out of the track

    42. Man continues in all his blunders

    43. and blunders!" she said with attempted lightness

    44. She thought it good for them to see that she could make an excellent lather while she corrected their blunders "without looking,"—that a woman with her sleeves tucked up above her elbows might know all about the Subjunctive Mood or the Torrid Zone—that, in short, she might possess "education" and other good things ending in "tion," and worthy to be pronounced emphatically, without being a useless doll

    45. “As for the greeting, well, most of my biggest blunders occurred because of a case of mistaken identity

    46. “Ladies,” said he, “Reason teaches us that Moses himself was guilty of known Blunders in his Account of the Creation, and the Miracles in both Testaments—Old and New—are inconsistent with Reason, which it hath pleas’d God to give us to aid us in our Pursuit of Happiness

    47. And the prince began explaining all the blunders which, according to him, Bonaparte had made in his campaigns and even in politics

    48. He had a science- the theory of oblique movements deduced by him from the history of Frederick the Great’s wars, and all he came across in the history of more recent warfare seemed to him absurd and barbarous- monstrous collisions in which so many blunders were committed by both sides that these wars could not be called wars, they did not accord with the theory, and therefore could not serve as material for science

    49. And in a history recently written by order of the Highest Authorities it is said that Kutuzov was a cunning court liar, frightened of the name of Napoleon, and that by his blunders at Krasnoe and the Berezina he deprived the Russian army of the glory of complete victory over the French

    50. ‘Yes, I hear him trying to spell and read to himself, and pretty blunders he makes! I wish you would repeat Chevy Chase as you did yesterday: it was extremely funny

    Показать больше примеров

    Синонимы для "blunder"

    bloomer blooper blunder boner boo-boo botch bungle flub foul-up fuckup pratfall blunder out blurt blurt out ejaculate fumble boob drop the ball goof sin mistake oversight slip lapse fault indiscretion misdeed