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flounder
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
to have difficulty — such as to not know what to do or to move awkwardly on unsure footing
  • Metal ripped on metal and I fell to the ground and rolled as far as I could, floundering to escape my wire prison.
    p. 351.2
floundering = moving awkwardly
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