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flub

I. verb (flubbed; flubbing) Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1904 transitive verb to make a mess of ; botch <
flubbed my lines
>
intransitive verb blunder II. noun Date: 1900 an act or instance of flubbing ; blunder

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