よろめき, ぐらつき, ふらふらよろめく, ふらつく, ぐらつく, ためらう, ひるむ, ぐらつかせる, びっくりさせる
Noun(1) an unsteady uneven gait
Verb(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
(1) Robby walked out onto his lawn with just a trace of a stagger and jumped into his brilliantly, subtle performance.(2) she walked with a stagger(3) Global markets continue to stagger from one perceived crisis to the next.(4) Since I've moved house, my local is now the Drayton Court, just a short stagger from BNI Towers.(5) She took off again, this time at more of a stagger than a run.(6) Fortunately, the Government had agreed to allow country folk to stagger such payments until things recovered.(7) Also, stagger hours so that fewer people are in a building at the same time.(8) Next it was a stagger up Digbeth High Street to the Royal George.(9) It had felt like hours before the boy could hear the gears whining to a stop, and then the floor gave another stagger and went still.(10) The sheer breadth of these studies can stagger the imagination, ranging across continents for specific forces of ecological and historical change.(11) A succession of weak Prime Ministers and lack-lustre governments saw the country stagger from bad to worse.(12) Spahr's call sign was ├ö├ç├┐Dukes,├ö├ç├û and he was known to do an impersonation of John Wayne, complete with the stagger .(13) Perhaps some feline bureaucrat has concluded that the best answer is to let the proposal stagger on and collapse, hoping to kill it with kindness?(14) Most of the mercenaries were dispersing, slowly walking, although for some it was more of a stagger , down the streets bragging to one another.(15) They should also listen to the car radio for the latest travel information and stagger journeys to avoid the busiest travel times.(16) Once sure-footed, their step is now a confused, uncertain stagger , like a drunk slaloming from house to house in searching for his own front door.
1. stumble ::
2. lurch ::
3. amaze ::
5. keel ::
6. distribute ::
7. flounder ::
Different Formsstagger, staggered, staggering, staggers
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