blooper

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n blooper an embarrassing mistake
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Usage

In literature:

I'd pulled a blooper, but how was I to know until too late?
"The Old Die Rich" by Horace Leonard Gold
A couple of grenades from the blooper and then we take them.
"Project Cyclops" by Thomas Hoover
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In news:

Nearly a decade after their dynasty ended on a blooper in the desert, the New York Yankees are baseball's best again.
UpNorthLive Bloopers Basically all of last Friday's show with a few extras.
The reward for victory is the blooper tape from the commercial's filming.
Nats bullpen's Fan Cave bloopers.
The official video is on it's way, but here are some bloopers to hold you over.
Because of a TV blooper, or technical glitch, Joan Lunden went from pitching 'elder care' to a completely different, not-so-family-friendly product.
Unlike the usual hurricane bloopers, he didn't get bowled over by the wind — he got his foot stuck in a sand trap.
Stay tuned for the blooper reel at the end.
Blooper puts spotlight on Etch -A-Sketches, and Christoph Brown -- aka the world's fastest Etch A Sketch artist.
0In this week's UpNorthLive Blooper Reel we get into the holiday spirit and bring you some Christmas cheer.
' Fudge this' blooper haunts company.
Newly unveiled 1878 audio on Edison invention features world's first recorded music, blooper.
Love TV & NEWS Bloopers, Kinda Old School, But If You're Having A Bad Day, This Should Help ENJOY.
The teams produce a 40-minute blooper reel — passes to nobody in particular, missed layups, ill-advised shots — but the Bruins end the game on a 12-2 run to improve to 6-3.
The theme for this year's event is TV Bloopers.
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