Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of stumble.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stumble.

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Examples

  • Another reason most people _say_ “healthy” instead of “healthful” is because the tongue stumbles from the second “h” over the “f” to the second “l.”

    Healthy debate « Motivated Grammar

  • For now, the best way to tolerate the stumbles is to cherish the soaring moments.

    'Glee': A few sour notes don't spoil the usual harmony

  • As Sarah Palin stumbles and fumbles to explain just why the citizens of the U.S. are bailing out the kleptocrats who helped themselves to $30 billion before running corporate America into the brick wall, conservatives are left wondering how long they can continue to support corporate welfare.

    2008 September 28 « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • As Sarah Palin stumbles and fumbles to explain just why the citizens of the U.S. are bailing out the kleptocrats who helped themselves to $30 billion before running corporate America into the brick wall, conservatives are left wondering how long they can continue to support corporate welfare.

    2008 September « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • As Sarah Palin stumbles and fumbles to explain just why the citizens of the U.S. are bailing out the kleptocrats who helped themselves to $30 billion before running corporate America into the brick wall, conservatives are left wondering how long they can continue to support corporate welfare.

    Corporate Welfare And The American Communist State « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • Stay tuned for more McCain stumbles and bumbles along the way!

    McCain: 'What we did was perfectly legal and appropriate'

  • Wasserstein stumbles when Frankie Weissman, an appealing pediatrician (and a double, one suspects, for the author), confesses a "sense of accomplishment that after thirty years she was finally invited to the cool girl's table."

    New Fiction

  • Wasserstein stumbles when Frankie Weissman, an appealing pediatrician (and a double, one suspects, for the author), confesses a "sense of accomplishment that after thirty years she was finally invited to the cool girl's table."

    New Fiction

  • Khangsar tears up as he stumbles to find the English words to describe his plans to serve this traditional sweet to the Dalai Lama in Toronto next weekend.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • They are the errors that afflict everyone in public life, word stumbles, long vacant pauses, and name confusions.

    Archive 2008-07-01

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