Flounder

Antonyms of FLOUNDER

Examples of usage:

  1. By declaiming loudly against the ravages of a hard fate that lays them on their backs " like an old dead flounder," the mind is assisted to form a notion of the victims in their prime. "A Cursory History of Swearing" by Julian Sharman
  2. He stopped at 'the greater, ' beginning to stumble- to flounder; and fearing that he said less than was due as a compliment to the occasion, he said more. "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith" by George Meredith
  3. At once they broke out into an excited chattering, and Suarez was so disconcerted by the tidings they conveyed that he stammered a good deal, and seemed to flounder in giving the Spanish rendering. "The Captain of the Kansas" by Louis Tracy

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