stumble


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Synonyms for stumble

trip

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stumble across or on or upon something or someone

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to catch the foot against something and lose one's balance

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to move awkwardly or clumsily

to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

to make an error or mistake

stumble on: to find or meet by chance

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an unsteady uneven gait

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an unintentional but embarrassing blunder

walk unsteadily

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miss a step and fall or nearly fall

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encounter by chance

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make an error

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My son knows that even when I stumble, even when I go back, even when I fall really, really hard, I will pick myself up and be there for him.
The 'Stumble on a prayer' button has increased the traffic of the young popular Christian website by exactly 483.0%.
Paris: Third seed Victoria Azarenka overcame a first-set stumble to reach the French Open third round with a rain-disrupted 6-4 6-3 win over German Annika Beck on Thursday.
"What's not clear is whether a natural event caused Mr Griffin to stumble or whether his death was just as a result of the collision."
NEA is a division of UM -- as is United Feature Syndicate, which distributes the regular version of "The Humble Stumble."
He speaks of those who cause the little ones to stumble and of the terrible and eschatological consequences of being the cause of another's stumbling.
South River Incident is murder mystery about a psychopathic protagonist who haunts the past and present of a woman unfortunate enough to stumble upon the body of his latest victim.
Stylistically, the atmospheric new disc Stumble Into Grace is cut from the same cloth as these more recent efforts.
He plays, Ronnie, the father of two young boys who stumble across cash stolen in a bank robbery.
Or, if you're staring at the display while you walk, you'll stumble like I did, repeatedly, and nearly drown it in water or smash it into the ground under your hand.
skill acquisition--and stumble onto an intricate murder mystery that extends into the physical world through e-mail addresses and phone and fax numbers for the story's protagonists.
None of us wants to cause children and youth to stumble on their way to Jesus.
So, put me down as feeling the odds are about 20 percent that the United States may also stumble in the next decade.
* After a steady upward climb, resin prices began to stumble a bit in the last month or so.
Richards and stumble upstairs, bracing myself for the waiting room.