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Use "blunderings" in a sentence
"You know, it's amazing how productive I can be when I can fold up the little voice that tells me that the story has to be absolutely perfect, and my work isn't worthy of the ideal story that's somewhere in there under my blunderings, struggling to get out."
"The men who assembled had just as good brains as anyone to-day, and ... they had a substantial understanding of the needs of the world situation, yet collectively, and because of their haunting paralyzing sense of the Mass and Press behind them and of their incalculable impulses and resentments, they achieved an effect of fatuity far beyond the pompous blunderings of Versailles."
"Lars Leetaru Steve: We've spent two and a half years sharing our blunderings in the hopes of inspiring discussion among readers and their families."