butter-fingered

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butter-fingered

[ˈbʌtəˌfɪŋgəd] ADJtorpe
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BUTTER-FINGERED David Boon dropped the simplest of catches as England took control of the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford.
Butter-fingered burglar Jake Foster, 18, dropped his phone in his hurry to flee the One Stop Shop in Middlesbrough when he was caught in the act by the store manager.
Bath did not get any favours from referee Jerome Garces but they were guilty of giving away some boneheaded penalties and showing butter-fingered handling, with wing Horacio Agulla a big culprit.
The sun is the traditional scapegoat for butter-fingered cricketers but that excuse is so 20th century.
But it was not just a butter-fingered blunder from Hart and a bizarre owngoal from Barry which lost City this match.
However, not all butter-fingered iPhone owners pay the fee to get their device repaired.
Internet banking allows you to keep on top of your money matters, and while I know that older people often feel a bit daunted about using it, if a butter-fingered nincompoop like me can find my way around the internet, anybody can
And butter-fingered Rob isn't going to be allowed to live down the fact that last week he knocked his cake right off the counter.
Scholes veteran 'Norm' Steers fully deserved his man of the match award following his scintillating 107, but Slaithwaite supporters will forever speculate as to how the course of this match may have changed, had he have been caught at gully off his second ball, when he sliced an easy chance to one very unfortunate and butter-fingered fielder.
Prior was criticized in the series, which England lost 1-0, and was dropped by the selectors after his butter-fingered wicketkeeping continued against Sri Lanka later that year.
The skipper led the chase with a solid 88 to ensure his side avoided the banana skin, but he was far from happy with the performance, slamming the fielding effort in particular after his wayward pacemen and butter-fingered team-mates constantly let the minnows off the hook.
A week out, butter-fingered Reid dropped a long-cherished bottle of the captain''s Spanish rum, and it smashed to smithereens, so the officers lashed him to the turret of a gun, whipped him until he passed out, and then someone - it was never determined just who - took a knife-blade to the boy''s left cheek and engraved the shape of a heart.