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Definition of "bungled" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of bungle. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "bungled" in a sentence
  • "O'Brien, whose group favors a female priesthood, said that while he understood the technical distinction of different types of Church crimes, putting the two together was another example of what he called bungled communications."
  • "If it fails, the Democrats will be seen as having broken their promises and/or having once again bungled an opportunity to fix the health care mess, and we could again be stuck with the Republicans for years."
  • "In light of what can only be described as a bungled attempt at controlling the story by Koch -- as cited in the TPM posts -- I'm still hopeful I'll receive their answer, and, if received, will update my post accordingly."
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