Definition of stagger:
spread, parcel out, order, surprise, trip-up, circularize, shell out, diffuse, droop, put back, collate, gait, disseminate, lay out, dole out, stride, shift, pitching, shock, circulate, stay the course, weave, lunge, persist, go on, amaze, broadcast, lot, spin, hand out, distribute, pace, whirl, arrange, deal, rearrange, astound, waver, reschedule, continue, flag, halt, schedule, deal out, keel, prowl, pass on, pass around, carry on, pass out, give out, dispense, fix, strut, postpone, allot, spring a surprise, bungle, pitch, bring forward, reel, dither, muddle, decide, Shake, dumbfound, waddle, get on, astonish, circularise, tilt, put off, thrive, astonish, blunder, fudge, scruple, toddle, stumble, dish out, floor, hesitate, lurch, heap, keep on, waver, disperse, stun, skunk, walk, persevere, press ahead, organize, move, bowl over, layer, follow through, flabbergast, propagate, fumble, administer, spin around, step, careen, dodder, bumble, pause, teeter, flash mob, shilly-shally, gyrate, shuffle, goose step, balance, misstep, excite, stack, pile, swag, sort, mete out, shake up, range, hang back, flounder, sag, trip, boggle, time.
- "Princess Maritza", Percy Brebner.
- "My Man Jeeves", P. G. Wodehouse.
- "Journals Of Two Expeditions Of Discovery In North-West And Western Australia, Vol. 2 (of 2)", George Grey.