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bloop·er / ˈbloōpər/ • n. inf. 1. an embarrassing error: he poked fun at his own tendency to utter bloopers. ∎  a brief television or radio segment containing a humorous error, collected with others for broadcast as a group: a selection of bloopers and outtakes from the evening. 2. Baseball a weakly hit fly ball landing just beyond the reach of the infielders.

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