Transitive Verb

To suffer a contrived form of misfortune deliberately inflicted by another party, easily recognisable after it has occurred through its sheer effrontery. Often used in a sporting context, although can also be applied to more domestic situations.
1. Damon was cruising around the circuit with ease on route to his first world championship, until he was schumachered out of contention by a rogue Benetton

2. Helen was enjoying a delightful cup of tea, until she noticed Adam had put a pube in it, thus schumachering her considerably.
by kemperboyd63 March 03, 2010

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