bumble definition by Webster's New World
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- bumbler noun
bumble definition by American Heritage Dictionary
verb bum·bled, bum·bling, bum·bles verb, intransitive
- To speak in a faltering manner.
- To move, act, or proceed clumsily. See Synonyms at blunder.
To bungle; botch.
Origin: Perhaps blend of bungle and stumble.
- bumˈbler noun
intransitive verb bum·bled, bum·bling, bum·bles
To make a humming or droning sound; buzz.noun
A humming or droning sound; a buzz.
Origin: Middle English bomblen, of imitative origin.