bungled

Terms vs Bungled - What's the difference?

terms | bungled |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb bungled is

(bungle).

Bungler vs Bungled - What's the difference?

bungler | bungled |


As a noun bungler

is someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence.

As a verb bungled is

(bungle).

Bungled vs Bangled - What's the difference?

bungled | bangled |


As a verb bungled

is (bungle).

As an adjective bangled is

wearing bangles.

Bungled vs Burgled - What's the difference?

bungled | burgled |


As verbs the difference between bungled and burgled

is that bungled is (bungle) while burgled is (burgle).

Bungles vs Bungled - What's the difference?

bungles | bungled |


As verbs the difference between bungles and bungled

is that bungles is (bungle) while bungled is (bungle).

As a noun bungles

is .

Bungled vs Bungle - What's the difference?

bungled | bungle |


As verbs the difference between bungled and bungle

is that bungled is (bungle) while bungle is to botch up, bumble or incompetently perform a task; to make or mend clumsily; to manage awkwardly.

As a noun bungle is

a botched or incompetently handled situation.

Bundled vs Bungled - What's the difference?

bundled | bungled |


As verbs the difference between bundled and bungled

is that bundled is (bundle) while bungled is (bungle).

Pungled vs Bungled - What's the difference?

pungled | bungled |


As verbs the difference between pungled and bungled

is that pungled is (pungle) while bungled is (bungle).

Bungled vs Bunged - What's the difference?

bungled | bunged |


As verbs the difference between bungled and bunged

is that bungled is (bungle) while bunged is (bung).

Bungled vs Bugled - What's the difference?

bungled | bugled |


As verbs the difference between bungled and bugled

is that bungled is (bungle) while bugled is (bugle).

As an adjective bugled is

ornamented with bugles.

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