Someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence(noun)
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Use "bungler" in a sentence
"On Imrill Kand, he had been called bungler, a child bereft of common sense and shamefully slow to learn."
"Bush is no longer in office ... what's O'bungler's exit plan ... got a clue?"
"According to my Websters, a tinker can also be a "bungler" and "to tinker" can mean "to fuss or putter aimlessly or uselessly", and these are the connotations I am referring to in this post, rather than the itinerants who I have nothing but the utmost respect for."