He drained the wine from the tumbler and turned away from the window, and there was no self-pity in his gravelly voice.
Audiences were shocked and horrified by the scene, as the two performers fell on top of tumbler George North.
She received me lying in bed in mid-afternoon as she finished up a bowl of oatmeal accompanied by a tumbler of Coke.
mid-14c., "acrobat," agent noun from tumble (v.). A fem. form was tumbester (late 14c.). Meaning "drinking glass" is recorded from 1660s, originally a glass with a rounded or pointed bottom which would cause it to "tumble," and thus it could not be set down until it was empty.