Gaffe [noun]

Definition of Gaffe:

mistake, goof

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Sentence/Example of Gaffe:

The Ravens had to move only 16 yards after the gaffe by Steelers punt returner Ray-Ray McCloud.

Locals familiar with the scenery immediately called out the visual gaffe, which highlighted a preference on the part of Daines, Rosendale, and their fellow Republicans for appearance over substance on public-lands issues.

Fry, Neff, and Han all worry that this won’t be the end of algorithmic gaffes.

His debate performances in 2019 and early 2020 were uneven and punctuated with awkward gaffes.

She has been so charming to me that if I make a gaffe she must forgive me.

Her recent commands with respect to turbulent Venice were the subject of criticism among the circle outside the Piazza Gaffe.

It was an odd correspondence, in which I made my customary gaffe.

Think what his position would have been if any member of his Embassy had made a "gaffe."