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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbloomerbloom‧er /ˈbluːmə $ -ər/ noun  1 bloomers2 [countable]MISTAKE British English old-fashioned an embarrassing mistake that you make in front of other people – used humorously syn blooper American English
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bloomerHe parodied my groping stumble across the stage to the podium and gathered up the skirt to reveal hairy legs and bloomers.The first thought that came to me was that I hadn't got my clean bloomers on.A bee in her butt, a burr in her bloomers.Over the course of the year, Farnham learned how to shingle a roof, wear bloomers, and repair a fence.
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