Definition of Stagger
to walk or move unsteadily as if about fall down
to shock ; to hesitate
Use Stagger in a sentence
He staggered dizzily across the dance floor to the bar.
In such situations, people can lose control of their balance and stagger and fall about.
I watched her stagger in the car park on the way to her parents car, and how her father held her up.
The citizens staggered under the heavy bombing.
I am staggered by his rude words.
She staggered to her feet, her vision blurred by tears, and reached for her car keys.
Suddenly a shot rang out, and the poor sergeant staggered back into the trench, shot through the chest.
She was staggered to see how mistaken she was.
It was very late when I staggered to bed, not to surface again until ten the next morning.
She staggered for a moment before answering the question.
You may wish to stagger your visit times to avoid these busy periods.