To lose one's grip on (a ball, for example) momentarily.(verb-transitive)
A mistake or blunder.(noun)
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Use "bobble" in a sentence
"Fortunately, we got a bobble from a great center fielder."
"Mr. Baker, I think you meant "bauble shop", but I like "bobble" better."
"Also the thumb support 'bobble' has become higher."