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fumble

fumble Sentence Examples

  • She bit her lip and began to fumble with a small purse.

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  • He began to fumble with the ring of his harness.

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  • Then someone else can fumble on the steps.

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  • Shipton swore and began to fumble with his line to rappel again, down to the now injured and trapped form hovering below him.

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  • Katie hesitated before shuffling forward on her knees.  She carefully touched the woman's leg then patted it as she followed it down to the thick roots wrapped around her ankles.  Unable to see exactly how she was stuck, Katie used her cold fingers to fumble around the root and the woman's sneakers.  "It's really jammed in there," she said at last.

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  • Multi-tasking products, eyeglasses and sunglasses included, can be exceptionally valuable in a fast-paced world where there's little time to fumble for the right pair of glasses, then switch them out.

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  • It wasn't until the 1800s that soldiers found it more convenient to wear a wrist watch than to fumble with a pocket watch - this is when men began to wear wrist watches and they gained recognition.

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  • Or, you can have a jeweler add a magnetic clasp to the necklace so that grandmother can avoid having to fumble with clasps or asking someone to help her with her jewelry.

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  • Watch dials made with lumbrite hands and markers will glow, which makes it easy to read a Seiko watch in the dark without having to fumble for a tiny button on the side of the watch or flick on a lamp - very convenient.

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  • One of the biggest benefits to trying your luck online is that you can avoid many of the uncomfortable scenarios that happen when men and women fumble their initial interactions.

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  • Well, what it's NOT is a drunken fumble at the firm's Christmas party.

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  • Future generations will still fumble to understand what happened today.

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  • Plus he did n't fumble at the steal, no edges peeking, no telling movements... All in all a good effort.

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  • fumble by keeper Nick Gindre.

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  • fumble are the days of fumbling around for a lead to upload your digital photos onto a computer.

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  • One-handed clips-There is no need to fumble with your bra before feeding your baby when you have Hot Milk's easy-access one-handed nursing clip openings.

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  • The controls on the front are easy to access so awkward reaching to the sides or back to fumble for switches or buttons is eliminated.

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  • Many people make a party fumble before even walking through the door by neglecting to add that extra twilight touch to their eyes.

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  • There are no buttons to fumble with in the middle of the night.

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  • This is a convenient way to get the appeal of garters without having to fumble with a belt.

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  • There should be no need to fumble through a complex storyline or adjust to individual character's nuances.

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  • In many cases, there is also a base for the cell phone to sit in so the driver won't have to fumble for the phone if it rings.

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  • Fancy footwork and high impact dance steps are showcased, and there is not a single hint of fatigue or fumble to be seen.

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  • If you're concerned about vitamin deficiency, don't take matters into your own hands and fumble blindly -- talk to your doctor and get a blood test.

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  • Despite the best advice, many men fumble on dates.

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  • With digital music players getting smaller all the time, it's nice not to have to fumble with tiny control sticks or wheels just to listen to some music.

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