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Use "flubbing" in a sentence
"Why is it always a question of "flubbing" and "gaffes" rather than differences in policy opinion?"
"Yet, the very last thing Anderson Cooper did on his Wednesday night segment without any possibility of rejoinder was to compare Lyndon Johnson's "flubbing" of his Oath of Office as Vice President with President Obama's situation."
"The producer says that this is necessary because you don't want these highly-paid professional singers "flubbing" their lines."