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fumble

[′fəm·bəl]
(industrial engineering)
An unintentional sensory-motor error that may be unavoidable.
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But there are timid fumblers, like Senator Hillary Clinton, who first supported then rejected a plan by Gov.
The reader will find much about the fumblers, but little about those realities, and even less about the intellectual and moral mechanisms of the fumbling and denial.
Stalin also deluded himself about the quality of his generals: like himself in the early days, they were fumblers.
Roger Ramsden, marketing director of Prudential UK and Europe, said, ``There are some financial wizards out there, but they are outnumbered by the money fumblers.
THE egg fumblers got their dream result on Saturday.