Definition of stumble:
screw up, weave, ball up, polish off, slipup, make, catch, bollix up, lunge, slay, oversight, reel, wobble, bump off, waver, miscue, actuate, run into, run across, bollocks, fudge, bumble, impinge on, meet up with, find, bodge, lurch, gaffe, set off, head trip, spoil, stagger, bump into, let down, fumble, spill, gain, botch up, plummet, turn on, bollocks up, blunder, tumble, tally, muddle, score, attain, topple, remove, blow, falter, mistake, descend, ability, tripper, touch off, screwup, misstep, stutter, louse up, trip out, move, lapse, strike, fall short, meet, clinker, gaff, boo-boo, muck up, shoot, lower, toddle, plunge, mess up, rack up, dispatch, go down, thrive, come to, trigger, collide with, foul up, trigger off, off, shuffle, teeter, lose your balance/footing, trip, bobble, pip, pitching, clanger, tumble on, miss, come down, trip up, jaunt, pitch, mishandle, brick, fault, bollix, tilt, arrive at, boob, muff, activate, inaccuracy, flub, correct, murder, slip-up, travel, spark off, reach, get off, drop, spark, come across, hit, stammer.
- err (part of speech: verb)
- stumble (part of speech: verb)
- fail (part of speech: verb)
- "The Further Adventures of Jimmie Dale", Frank L. Packard.
- "Harold, Complete The Last Of The Saxon Kings", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
It was more than three miles to camp, and Dick saw, when he passed that way three days before, that the road was blocked with wagons, artillery trains and stable- lines, and to these obstructions were now added sleeping men, who would not be over civil to any one who chanced to stumble against them in the dark.- "Rodney The Partisan", Harry Castlemon.