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  • noun Plural form of flub.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flub.


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  • Getting mired in slurs and political flubs is no place to congregate on such an important matter

    Wilson insists outburst during Obama speech 'spontaneous' 2009

  • Romney backers have called the flubs simple misstatements, not an indicator that Romney doesn't care about the economic woes of ordinary Americans.

    NYDN Rss TOM DeFRANK 2012

  • Making fun of their flubs has been a long-practiced tradition and fun drinking game among young

    Weekly Dig - Humor, News + Nightlife 2009

  • They do tend to accumulate and she's been piling up the "flubs" for a good 6 weeks.

    AFSCME's Hillary Leaflet -- Brought To You By "Your Union" 2009

  • I think our 'flubs' are really creative "opportunities" in the making.

    Dotty apron.... Gumbo Lily 2009

  • Oh, gosh, JT, I have too many "flubs" to fit here (I'll have to do a blog on it someday).

    Terror in Music City 2006

  • The value of open dialog outweighs the hits one take for "flubs" and goodness knows nb, the current President people can get beyond minor missteps -- if they are minor.

    The Revolution Has Already Been Blogged - Swampland - 2007

  • If we can't blame him for their "flubs," can we at least blame Obama for being a poor judge of competence and character?

    UrbanGrounds 2009

  • Paglia puts the blame for all the recent "flubs" on the anyone other than Obama - who is, after all, still the object of her political affections.

    UrbanGrounds 2009

  • She claims these 'flubs' … her word … overshadow the presidency.

    QandO 2009


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