a stupid or careless mistake.
make such a mistake; act or speak clumsily:
the mayor and the City Council have blundered in an ill-advised campaign.
move clumsily or as if unable to see:
we were blundering around in the darkness.
, barracuda, Bermuda
, brooder, Buxtehude, colluder, deluder, excluder, intruder, Judah, Luda, Neruda, obtruder, Tudor
, rudder, shudder, udder
, blunder, chunder, hereunder, plunder, rotunda, sunder, thereunder, thunder, under, up-and-under, wonder
•husbander • seconder • Shetlander
•mainlander • Greenlander
•Queenslander • midlander
•Icelander • Hollander • lowlander
•Newfoundlander • woodlander
•colander • Canada • Kannada
•ambassador • forwarder
, Gerda, girder, herder, murder
move blindly or stupidly XIV; make a stupid mistake XVIII. prob. of Scand. orig.; cf. MSw., Norw. blundra
shut the eyes, frequent, of the base found in ON. blunda
, rel. to BLIND
; but the sense-development is not clear.