outfumble

verb
out·​fum·​ble | \ˌau̇t-ˈfəm-bəl \
outfumbled; outfumbling

Definition of outfumble 

transitive verb

: to fumble or falter more than … the Broncos could become the most horrendous loser in Super Bowl history, going 0-5 to outfumble the 0-4 Buffalo Bills and Minnesota Vikings.— Hubert Mizell "They would outfumble anyone at the restaurant, when it comes to paying for the lunch tab," Mr. [Norman] Flynn said jokingly.— Ellen James Martin

First Known Use of outfumble

1908, in the meaning defined above

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