I watched it tumble over and over again up in the air and then, of course, I caught it with no problem.
Rather, the wealthy will suffer disproportionately as they tumble over the fiscal cliff.
Let the others rage and scream and tumble over one another, there must be at least a few soldiers among this rabble.
I should fink she could ride now, and not tumble over so much.
"Him 'oont 'alk;" and Dot stood him down on the doorstep, only to see him tumble over.
They tumble over, they fall from horses, they fail to jump through the rings.
Before she had time to tumble over she sank again with a thump.
It was a wonder he did not tumble over the precipices in the dark.
On a sudden, the fisherman was seen to tumble over the bridge into the water.
The horses we might tumble over at pleasure; but the men offer no point to aim at.
c.1300, "to perform as an acrobat," also "to fall down," perhaps from a frequentative form of Old English tumbian "dance about," of unknown origin. Related to Middle Low German tummelen "to turn, dance," Dutch tuimelen "to tumble," Old High German tumon, German taumeln "to turn, reel." Related: Tumbled; tumbling. Tumble-down (1791) originally meant "habitually falling down" and was used first of horses; sense of "in a dilapidated condition" is recorded from 1818.
1716, from tumble (v.).