- v. Simple past tense and past participle of stagger.
- adj. Astonished, taken aback.
- adj. referring to something that has been arranged in a way that is not uniform
“Indeed, when the clothing company that bore his name staggered across the finish line a year ago, drained of cash and oxygen and wobbling on its last legs, it looked less like a veteran marathoner than the victim of a street mugging.”
“The policy will also be tweaked to include the word "staggered" to amplify the government's understanding that employees begin the work day at different hours.”
“I remain staggered by the remarkable impact of student teaching on candidates -- for good and bad.”
“Given how obvious the above is, one is once again staggered by the absolute bottomlessness for your capacity for infantile stupidity.”
“When the "Wealth of Nations" appeared, Britain staggered under massive war spending and a colossal national debt.”
“The recruits are among 10,500 - taken on by the UK's largest force between 2001 and 2003 - who are being sent for training in staggered intakes.”
“Russia was reeling back, staggered from the series of mighty blows delivered by the might of the German armies.”
“Benjamin staggered excitedly through the ruined roof, tugging at the rope handle of an ammunition box.”
“The young man rose, and without a word staggered off.”
“The company's bread and butter seems to be the idea of staggered seating, and their website shows off other concepts which incorporate this seating plan.”
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Meant to be added to the word 'in' example 'burst in'
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