Floundering [verb]

Definition of Floundering:

struggle; be in the dark

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Sentence/Example of Floundering:

The search giant is keenly interested in growing its cloud computing division alongside its business collaboration tools, yet its many attempts at developing chat services—Allo, Duo, Hangouts—have floundered.

In fact, the games industry has thrived at a time when other entertainment mediums have floundered.

Arcadia, once a mighty business that dominated the British high street with brands such as Topshop, Topman, Miss Selfridge, and Dorothy Perkins, has been similarly floundering.

In Coach Zac Taylor’s second season, the team is floundering at 2-7-1 and now is without its franchise quarterback for the foreseeable future.

Moreover, the show never fully decides whether Rory is floundering professionally because the economy is bad, because she is a bad journalist, or because she isn’t emotionally strong enough to handle the hustle.

So had he stopped there it would have been wonderfully well; but he had to go floundering innocently on.

He loosed the blankets from his shoulders, and floundering down the slope was lost in the vapor.

Dawn found him at last, floundering hopelessly in snow-screened woods, going on toward he knew not where.

After two or three more steps, the bottom fell away and, floundering savagely, he sank to his shoulders.

My fears of burglars or stray cattle were dispelled by the voices of lost and floundering men calling to each other.