Definition of bungle:
mess, bumble, bollocks up, waste, cocker, shoot a line, burn out, flounder, bluster, drift, murder, bodge, bugger, misapprehension, rape, rumple, baby, sad sack, ruffle, louse up, bumbler, mismanage, mire, spoil, brag, bobble, violate, float, pratfall, vitiate, snafu, blunderer, bungler, ball up, help, bloomer, trip up, grope, mess-up, mangle, cross, botcher, foozle, mistake, blunder, bilk, botch up, blooper, limp, bollix, go bad, gaffe, fuck up, fumbler, boo-boo, muff, gum up, boast, indulge, misconduct, foil, muck up, swash, mollycoddle, tease, error, scotch, stutter, suck, fluff, hot up, flaw, fellate, miss, foul-up, thwart, frustrate, flub, shove off, muddle, gasconade, muck, butcher, baffle, plunder, botcher, cosset, mishandle, bollix up, blow out, gas, let down, slip up, dub, boot, correct, stammer, featherbed, fall short, screw up, fudge, fuckup, ruffle up, bull, itch, pamper, boggle, boner, stumbler, blow, botch, goof up, thrive, shove along, falter, be adrift, shuffle, mix-up, vaunt, bollocks, despoil, fumble, go down on, oversight, mud, corrupt, squander, heat up, tout, impair, coddle, stagger, fail, deflower.
- "One Day's Courtship The Heralds Of Fame", Robert Barr.
- "A Rogue by Compulsion", Victor Bridges.
- "The Patchwork Girl of Oz", L. Frank Baum.