Jace Lacob on how Netflix has stumbled with this poisonous fare.
In the morning I stumbled down the staircase and choked down a chunky breakfast smoothie.
Over the past few months however, many up and coming economies have stumbled -- and none more so than India.
The 5S, particularly the gold one, has flown off the shelves, the 5c has stumbled as a lack of demand led Apple to cut orders.
All the more impressive considering she had no formal education and stumbled into the profession late.
Her legs gave way, but she picked herself up and stumbled on.
I stumbled on the case, and will do professionally all that is needed.
Dr. Bird stumbled to the switch and closed it, and the ball was flooded with light.
Thus freed of that strangling embrace, Dick stumbled blindly to his feet.
She sprang lightly to the heap of nets, lost her balance, stumbled, and sat down very suddenly.
c.1300, "to trip or miss one's footing" (physically or morally), probably from a Scandinavian source (cf. dialectal Norwegian stumla, Swedish stambla "to stumble"), probably from a variant of the Proto-Germanic base *stam-, source of Old English stamerian "to stammer," German stumm "dumb, silent." Possibly influenced in form by stumpen "to stumble," but the -b- may be purely euphonious. Meaning "to come (upon) by chance" is attested from 1550s. Stumbling-block first recorded 1526, used in Rom. xiv:13 to translate Greek skandalon.
To cast or record fraudulent votes in an election (1854+)