Definitions for fumblingly
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
fum•bleˈfʌm bəl(v.; n.)-bled, -bling
(v.i.)to feel or grope about clumsily:
He fumbled in his pocket for the keys.
to fail to hold a ball after having touched it or carried it, as in a baseball or football game.
to do something clumsily or unsuccessfully; blunder or fail.
(v.t.)to make, handle, etc., clumsily or ineffectively; botch:
to fumble an attempt.
to fail to hold (a ball) after having touched it or carried it.
(n.)the act of fumbling.
an act or instance of fumbling the ball.
Origin of fumble:
In a fumbling manner
in the manner of one who fumbles