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A blunder is a particularly bad mistake. Specific instances include:
- Blunder (chess), a very poor move in chess
- Hopetoun Blunder, an event in Australian history
- Brand blunder, in marketing
- Draft blunder, in American sports
- Himalayan Blunder, in Indian history
- Blunder (TV series), a British comedy programme first shown on E4 in 2006
There are various colloquial terms, as a rule with slightly different connotations, for various forms and contexts of blunder. For example:
- Howler (error), in which people, typically schoolchildren or politicians, provide embarrassing examples of misunderstandings
- Boner, which has been used both as a synonym for "howler" and for more material blunders
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