So, again, I hope the Democrats in the Senate take note of the dominoes that are tumbling here because they stood together.
But amid their tumbling words describing their woes, they express disbelief much will come from the talks.
But budge they must, and budge on spending cuts the Democrats must too, or else tumbling down the hill we will go.
Rather than higher inflation, tumbling oil prices point to reduced price pressure and more room for manoeuvre for central bankers.
It was that spectacular and it went on for an hour or two… a mass display of gymnastics and dancing and tumbling.
Near the dawn of day, it seemed to me I heard the tumbling of the sea; for as the coast was low, it roared loudly.
Not a human being could be discovered amid the tumbling seas.
For instance, my very earliest recollection is of tumbling downhill.
It did seem as though everything bad was tumbling on top of her at once.
tumbling waves dashing against each other with a short and quick motion.
c.1300, "to perform as an acrobat," also "to fall down," perhaps from a frequentative form of Old English tumbian "dance about," of unknown origin. Related to Middle Low German tummelen "to turn, dance," Dutch tuimelen "to tumble," Old High German tumon, German taumeln "to turn, reel." Related: Tumbled; tumbling. Tumble-down (1791) originally meant "habitually falling down" and was used first of horses; sense of "in a dilapidated condition" is recorded from 1818.
1716, from tumble (v.).