Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of stagger.
  • adjective Astonished, taken aback.
  • adjective referring to something that has been arranged in a way that is not uniform

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Examples

  • 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.

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  • 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.

    How To Get a Business Loan

  • 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.

    How To Get a Business Loan

  • 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.

    How To Get a Business Loan

  • 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.

    Government updates weather closings policy

  • 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.

    Government updates weather closings policy

  • Given how obvious the above is, one is once again staggered by the absolute bottomlessness for your capacity for infantile stupidity.

    Think Progress » Bachmann Suggests Critics Of Health Care Reform Will Be Put On A ‘List’ And Denied Treatment

  • When the "Wealth of Nations" appeared, Britain staggered under massive war spending and a colossal national debt.

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  • I remain staggered by the remarkable impact of student teaching on candidates -- for good and bad.

    Gary Stager: Why Should she Work for you?

  • 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.

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