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Sentence count:75+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-06Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: flounderlurchreelswaytumblewaverSimilar words: exaggerateraggedbiggertriggerstagea stageupstagehostageMeaning: ['stægə(r)]  n. an unsteady uneven gait. v. 1. walk as if unable to control one's movements 2. walk with great difficulty 3. to arrange in a systematic order 4. astound or overwhelm, as with shock. 
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(1) The unexpected blow did not stagger his resolution.
(2) He managed to stagger home.
(3) I managed to stagger the last few steps.
(4) After he was attacked, he managed to stagger to the phone and call for help.
(5) We seem to stagger from one crisis to the next.
(6) Our management has decided to stagger our working hour.
(7) He left the pub with a drunken stagger.
(8) They planned to stagger our rehearsing hours.
(9) Such a heavy load would stagger an elephant.
(10) Truman allowed him to stagger on for nearly another two years.
(11) Jim and his wife stagger their work hours so one of them can be at home with the kids.
(12) The company might stagger from crisis to crisis.
(13) The economy continued to stagger from crisis to crisis.
(14) Outworn institutions were to stagger on until, in some cases, the outworn machines and sluices which they maintained also collapsed.
(15) Parkgoers draw perverse amusement from watching its victims stagger about in a state of vertiginous disorientation, after just one ride.
(16) At a slightly uneven stagger the coffin set off down the aisle.
(17) The decision appeared to stagger defense attorneys Williamson and Michael W.. Krumholtz.
(18) That loony leftover of a nation surely won't stagger on much longer-and anyway it's suspended its missile programme.
(19) A diminished Slobodan Milosevic may stagger on for a while.
(20) But I knew I could manage to stagger to my feet and find fresh kindling.
(21) Words drone and a family of flies stagger through the heavy air as if in pursuit of them.
(22) He picked up the heavy suitcase and set off with a stagger.
(23) There were so many runners, that they had to stagger the start.
(24) A wooden corner hit the pursuer in the bony face and Creed was relieved to observe it stagger.
(25) U.N. accountants agreed to devise a creative payment scheme to stagger their bills.
(26) He then grabbed the reins and drove back along the road, leaving the wounded post-boy to stagger to the nearest village.
(27) But leaving no trace on the breath, never impairing speech or inducing a slight stagger, faro had escaped her view.
(28) The March 912 in which Hunt drove proved competitive and some reasonable results enabled the Hesketh team to stagger through the year.
(29) You struggle on to the bus, pick up a takeaway, stagger back home.
(30) Do you wait around with a gun in your hand to shoot me down when I finally stagger out?
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