- v. Simple past tense and past participle of stumble.
“Minutes later, when Tim stumbled from the room, zipping his jacket, another envelope waited on the hall floor.”
“I stumbled from the room – aiming for the bourbon bottle.”
“His hand slipped right through and he stumbled from the unexpected inertia.”
“She tugged at his sleeve and Franklin stumbled back.”
“They closed the game with a 7-1 run as the Wizards again stumbled and bumbled in the final minutes without injured All-Stars Gilbert Arenas and Caron Butler.”
“Bryant made a fantastic follow shot with 5.1 seconds remaining, completing a stirring comeback and giving the Los Angeles Lakers an 87-85 victory over the Spurs, who again stumbled down the stretch.”
“Still working with teratocarcinoma, he once again stumbled onto a remarkable aspect of the immune response to cancer.”
“France passes G20 baton after messy summit FRANCE'S year-long G20 term stumbled to a messy end at the Cannes summit, where President Nicolas Sarkozy's dreams of reforming world finance were torpedoed by the eurozone debt crisis.”
“This time was different because he was bending to the will of the people - with Abdullah publicly acknowledging that earlier efforts at reform had "stumbled" - and that seems to have stemmed the tide of revolt for now.”
“Tue, 21st Apr 2009 1: 49 pm have once again stumbled into Blog-Storm, having last been here some number of monthes back — - it was a tuesday if I remember correctly, but at my age, thats always a crapshoot — - but anyway now trying to get functional on this site — - will no doubt take me awhile — not being a computer nerd — - yet.”
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By the Pogues, on their CD "Red Roses for Me."
Hello boys I've been away
On a bit of a holiday
To the land where the rivers freely flow
And the cattle roam on the wil...
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