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.
a weakly hit fly ball landing just beyond the reach of the infielders.
, doper, eloper, Europa, groper, hoper, L-dopa, moper, no-hoper, opah, toper
, cooper, Cowper, duper, grouper, Hooper, looper, pea-souper, pupa, scooper, snooper, stupa, stupor, super, trooper, trouper, whooper
•pooper-scooper • party-pooper
•paratrooper • mea culpa • chutzpah
, cuppa, scupper, supper, upper
, kalpa, pulper
, dumper, gazumper, jumper, lumper, stumper, thumper
•showjumper • diaper • galloper
, sherpa, usurper