Definition of Blunker
1. a bungler [n -S] - See also: bungler
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Literary usage of Blunker
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1. Below the Surface: A Story of English Country Life by Arthur Hallam Elton (1857)
"This room has never been occupied these three weeks, has it, blunker ? ... You may go, blunker." So ended this highly satisfactory dialogue. ..."
2. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: To which is Prefixed, a by John Jamieson (1887)
"blunker, ». A bungler, one who spoils everything he meddles with ; Scott, Quy Mannering, ch. 3. Errat, in DICT. This may be a corr. of bungler, ..."
3. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1897)
""George Shellback; Maud blunker"; Jack muttered hoarsely. " Oh, yes! I know both of them ; they are waiting away down here for you. ..."