As I staggered out of the screening, the director, Jon S. Baird, was waiting for me at the Soho Hotel in Central London.
Sid was the only one who laughed; staggered around, holding his gut.
Additionally, Reilly indicated that there will be staggered launches for Us Them and Surviving Jack.
Kitty staggered around the corner to the rear of her building, trying to make it home.
I was also staggered that Cuccinelli beat McAuliffe among white women by 16 points.
Roger had staggered to his feet and was standing with face aglow, stretching out his hand.
He rushed Smaltz—with his head down—and Smaltz staggered with the shock.
Paul staggered in, and dropped limply on the couch, staring at Frank, as if he saw a ghost.
They staggered to our camp-fire, half exhausted by the violence of the storm.
Rupert staggered along until he came to another hayloft, which he succeeded in reaching without being seen.
1520s, altered from stakeren (c.1300), from Old Norse stakra or Old Danish stagra, both "to push, stagger." Cognate with Dutch staggelen "to stagger," German staggeln "to stammer." Transitive sense of "bewilder, amaze" first recorded 1550s; that of "arrange in a zig-zag pattern" is from 1856. Related: Staggered; staggering.