the mayor and the City Council have blundered in an ill-advised campaign
I blundered on in my explanation
Move clumsily or as if unable to see
we were blundering around in the darkness
A stupid or careless mistake
an embarrassing mistake
drop the ball: commit a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake; "I blundered during the job interview"
fumble: make one's way clumsily or blindly; "He fumbled towards the door"
blurt out: utter impulsively; "He blurted out the secret"; "He blundered his stupid ideas"
In chess, a blunder is a very bad move. It is usually caused by some tactical oversight, whether from time trouble, overconfidence or carelessness. While a blunder may seem like a stroke of luck for the opposing player, some chess players give their opponent plenty of opportunities to blunder.
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The Blunder (Czech: Ptákovina) is a Czech play based Milan Kundera.
(blunderous) Prone to frequently blunder
Sacrificing for a tactical disadvantage.
The introduction of error by mistakes.
very poor move, sometimes indicated on scoresheets or published analysis with two question marks; in contrast, an excellent move may be followed with one or two exclamation points.
A large checker play or cube error, especially one made out of recklessness or inattention. Compare: Whopper. See post by Daniel Murphy.
A bad move or a mistake that changes the result of a game dramatically such as an equal position to a loss or a winning position to a draw (or loss).
A horrible mistake that hangs material or makes enormous positional or tactical concessions.
A usually serious mistake typically caused by ignorance or confusion - Ratliff makes a blunder there by fouling Curry.
an oversight; the Tactics section of the Canon is full of them.
An obvious mistake, often leading to immediate loss of material. Indicated by the symbol "??" in game annotations.
(adjective) -- an avoidable, clumsy mistake ch. 5
Moving your checkers in such a way that there was a far better way to do it. Making a very poor cube decision. Making a checker blunder gives your opponent a better chance of winning and will sometimes lead to them offering you a double.
A very bad move, an oversight (indicated by "??" in notation).
To totally miss something which is obvious, so that the opponent will now benefit.
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A very bad move or mistake. A typical excuse for a game one has lost is “He didn’t outplay. I simply blundered”. Such excuses are not considered good form. Mason said: the root of brilliancy is blunder.
A very bad move that loses material or initiative without any or little advantage.
A really poor move that costs you a lot of material or even the game itself.