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blooper

noun bloop·er \ˈblü-pər\

: an embarrassing mistake usually made in public

Full Definition of BLOOPER

1
a :  a fly ball hit barely beyond a baseball infield
b :  a high baseball pitch lobbed to the batter
2
:  an embarrassing public blunder

Origin of BLOOPER

bloop (an unpleasant sound)
First Known Use: 1937

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