Fumble

A fumble in American and Canadian football occurs when a player who has possession and control of the ball loses it before being downed (tackled) or scoring. By rule, it is any act other than passing, kicking, punting, or successful handing that results in loss of player possession. A fumble may be forced by a defensive player who either grabs or ...
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Fumble

• (v. i.) To handle much; to play childishly; to turn over and over. • (v. i.) To feel or grope about; to make awkward attempts to do or find something. • (v. i.) To grope about in perplexity; to seek awkwardly; as, to fumble for an excuse. • (v. t.) To handle or manage awkwardly; to crowd or tumble together.Fumble: words in the...
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fumble

(from the article `football, gridiron`) ...`first down` by advancing the ball 10 yards in four downs or fewer and can retain the ball with repeated first downs until it scores or until the ...
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fumble

1. To feel or grope about; to make awkward attempts to do or find something. 'Adams now began to fumble in his pockets.' (Fielding) ... 2. To grope about in perplexity; to seek awkwardly; as, to fumble for an excuse. 'My understanding flutters and my memory fumbles.' (Chesterfield) 'Alas! how he fumbles about the domains.' (Wordsworth) ... 3. To ha...
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fumble

verb feel about uncertainly or blindly; `She groped for her glasses in the darkness of the bedroom`
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fumble

muff noun (sports) dropping the ball
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Fumble

Fum'ble intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Fumbled ; present participle & verbal noun Fumbling .] [ Akin to Dutch fommelen to crumple, fumble, Swedish fumla to fusuble, famla to grope, Danish famle
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Fumble

Fum'ble transitive verb To handle or manage awkwardly; to crowd or tumble together. Shak.
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fumble

a ball that a player accidentally lost possession of; in Canadian football the term includes muffs.
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Fumble

Fumble is slang for to have impotent or ineffective sex.
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Fumble

Not to be confused with a muff. A fumble is the drop of a ball that a carrier had under their control.
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Fumble

Term used to describe an offensive player who drops or loses possession of the ball during the course of a play. When a ball is fumbled, either team can attempt to recover the loose ball.
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fumble

when a ball carrier loses possession by dropping the ball or having it knocked away before a play ends; the first player to regain possession of the loose ball is said to make the recovery, and his team becomes the offense.
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Fumble

When a ball carrier loses possession by dropping the ball or having it knocked away before a play en
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fumble

[n] - dropping the ball (in baseball or football) 2. [v] - make one`s way clumsily 3. [v] - handle clumsily 4. [v] - drop or juggle or fail to play cleanly a grounder in baseball
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