He spent years performing as a tumbler with a traveling group of acrobats before he was discovered by Paramount.
He drained the wine from the tumbler and turned away from the window, and there was no self-pity in his gravelly voice.
She received me lying in bed in mid-afternoon as she finished up a bowl of oatmeal accompanied by a tumbler of Coke.
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“There is a serious undercurrent here,” said Gardner, between sips from her tumbler.
A tumbler had no business with a family, but what was a man going to do?
Jimmy polished his stein and a tumbler and poured for the two of them.
George watched the friendly drop expand to half a tumbler full, and he observed that the hand that poured was not quite steady.
Preserve in a bottle, and when needed, dilute in a tumbler of ice water.
tumbler brought up the rear, staggering under the weight of the cooking-lamp.
mid-14c., "acrobat," agent noun from tumble (v.). A fem. form was tumbester (late 14c.). Meaning "drinking glass" is recorded from 1660s, originally a glass with a rounded or pointed bottom which would cause it to "tumble," and thus it could not be set down until it was empty.