Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Liable to stumble; given to stumbling.
- adj. prone to stumble
- stumble + -y (Wiktionary)
“So she would direct her non-drinking camera guy to get shots of me being all stumbly and hammered.”
“Dizziness, sinuses swollen, just a little bit stumbly," Cooper told The Coloradoan's Bobby Magill.”
“This was pretty much the public face of Amy Winehouse that society obsessed over: the zoned out, stoned out girl with streaked mascara eyes, long stumbly bumbly legs, wild hair, an unabashed undoctored nose, and a mouth that was loud and defiant and unrepentant.”
“Too bad nannyism has deprived a host of other kids of the chance to see what hard work and dedication can really mean–stumbly.”
“The rules allow state lawmakers to clear up a mishap if they suffered from a momentary case of stumbly fingers or a lapse in attention.”
“Sure, she was a bit stumbly but no worse than many I have seen at the despatch box and even Hague stumbled over his words a couple of times.”
“Teh stumbly rats be topifying ber, teh onny bevverij that goez wif peetsa”
“And perhaps a little bit stumbly, but I wasn't driving, so that's okay.”
“Though she said she was "kind of a little stumbly in my footwork," she attributed it to her excitement rather than her nerves.”
“I know Bush often stumbles over his words -- and that the press loves to transcribe his remarks in especially stumbly-looking form -- but reading that quote, in that form, I hear the intention to hang back and hope the legal process spares him, but, if it comes to a point where there's nothing between Libby and prison, to pardon him.”
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