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- Apt or prone to cause blunders; troublesome; difficult; problematic.
- 2007, Edward John Carnell, A Philosophy of the Christian Religion - Page 436:
- The disciples were proud, blundersome, quick tempered, forgetful, easily provoked to jealousy, sensitive, and often given to discouragement; but Jesus never condemned or scolded them.
- 2014, Eric Temple Bell, The Magic of Numbers - Page 76:
- Laborious experiment to discover the facts about our environment is wearisome to all but a persistent few. Surely all this blundersome experimenting can be by-passed by some more direct route to the heart of nature?
- 2014, Al K. Line, Orientation: The Commorancy Book 1 - Page 215:
- He had serious doubts that the person behind it, which he assumed was Varik, would be so crass and blundersome if he wanted to seriously threaten Marcus' existence.
- Indicating or marked by blunders or mistakes; messed-up.
- 1992, Byron Herbert Reece, Better a Dinner of Herbs - Page 181:
- She could not scold the Idiot whatever blundersome thing he did; her compassion for him was limitless to encompass his lack of intelligence.
- 2011, Caki Wilkinson, Circles where the Head Should be: Poems - Page 21:
- We open with the girl, born premature and blundersome (asthmatic, pigeon-toes, a crooked nose)—hardly the cynosure her genes could've produced.