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blame to place responsibility on for a mistake or fault. [1/5 definitions]
blunder a careless or thoughtless mistake. [2/5 definitions]
bobble a clumsily executed movement or fumble, as in sports, or any such inept mistake. [1/2 definitions]
burn out to stop functioning because of a technical mistake or lack of fuel. [1/2 definitions]
clean performed or made without difficulty or mistake. [1/12 definitions]
correct without mistake or error. [1/5 definitions]
culpable guilty of a mistake or fault; blameworthy.
culprit someone who is charged with or guilty of a mistake, fault, or crime.
eat humble pie to be humbled, esp. by having to apologize for one's own obvious mistake or misbehavior.
err to make a mistake. [1/3 definitions]
error a mistake in judgment or action. [1/5 definitions]
escape to slip out from by mistake, as a remark or comment. [1/10 definitions]
fault a mistake; error. [3/7 definitions]
Freudian slip a mistake in speech that is thought to reveal unconscious motives, wishes, or the like.
goof (informal) a foolish mistake; blunder. [2/4 definitions]
howler (informal) a big mistake or blunder. [1/3 definitions]
infinitive in grammar, the form of a verb that is unmarked for person, tense, or aspect, and that functions as a noun, adjective, or complement, such as "to leave" in "To leave now would be a mistake". [1/2 definitions]
miscue any mistake or blunder. [3/6 definitions]
misplay in sports, a mistake or illegal move during play. [2 definitions]
misprint a mistake in printing. [1/2 definitions]
misstep a mistake in conduct. [1/2 definitions]