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Example sentences for blunder

Neuroscientists have a frozen mistake of their own, and it is a spectacular blunder.
It was worse than a crime, it was a blunder.
Einstein admitted that the cosmological constant was his biggest blunder.
Don't just blunder in and criticize people.
You can argue that it was an accident, that it wasn't policy, that it was a well-meaning blunder.
My most recent blunder was to comment that it was cold outside.
They don't want to make a blunder that will hang over their heads forever.
He looks around, hoping no one else has realized his blunder.
He has made the same blunder before, and once again he was thrown out easily.
Needless to say, this is an appalling blunder and I should have caught it.
This is another unbelievable governmental blunder.
There's only so much a technological tactic can do after such a big strategic blunder.
He then makes a huge logical blunder in imagining that affect and complexity are binary opposites, mutually exclusive.
Even a run-of-the-mill bookkeeper wouldn't have made that blunder.
As a result of this ongoing and collective scientific blunder, migraine remains confounded with caffeine withdrawal headache.
It was either a major planning blunder or a brilliant thematic choice.
Having a computer partner also meant never having to worry about making a tactical blunder.
When deafened in both ears they blunder about with no sense of direction.
The blunder resolution performance criterion was not met.
She sits head down on the web and, by jumping up and down, shakes it to further entangle insects that blunder into it.
It is futile to put out a lot of poor sets and expect a mink to blunder into them.

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