, flubbed, flub′bing
to make a botch of (a job, chance, stroke, etc.); bungle
Origin of flub; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps fl(op) + (d)ub
a mistake or blunder
transitive verbflubbed, flub·bing, flubs
To botch; bungle.
The act or an instance of botching or bungling: “a comedy of small social flubs” (James Wolcott).
Origin of flubOrigin unknown.
(third-person singular simple present flubs, present participle flubbing, simple past and past participle flubbed)