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Adjective
Startling, surprising or shocking in an unexpected way
“Matt's thoughts whirled with this staggering revelation.”
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Inspiring astonishment or wonder
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“How this staggering achievement came about may be just as interesting as what was achieved.”
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Of great size
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Causing great public interest and excitement
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Unable to be conceived or imagined
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Having or involving a sensation of spinning around and losing one's balance
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Happening or done before the usual or expected time
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Grand and impressive in appearance
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Shaking or swaying as if about to collapse
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Very confusing, perplexing, or baffling, often due to a very large choice being available
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Very shocking or upsetting
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Causing a feeling of surprise, fear or dismay
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With the movement of one who is tipsy
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Requiring, or involving, great mental or physical effort
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Jolting
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Having too many to count
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The causing of amazement
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“These concepts may continue to stagger the imagination, but they no longer defy it.”
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Present participle for walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall
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“Once the curtain falls, you'll stagger outside feeling unbalanced, wondering what just happened and what it all means.”
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Present participle for to arrange (events, payments, hours, etc.) so that they do not occur at the same time
“Also, stagger hours so that fewer people are in a building at the same time.”
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Present participle for to arrange (objects or parts) in a zigzag formation or so that they are not in line
“Begin planting as early as possible and stagger plantings every two weeks for a long season of blooms through September.”
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Present participle for to defeat completely
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Present participle for to carry out in gradual stages
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Present participle for to walk or move slowly or wearily
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Present participle for to perform by turns, or in succession
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Present participle for to apply great and continuous effort
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Present participle for to fall down or to a lower level, especially abruptly
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Present participle for to succeed despite difficult circumstances
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Present participle for to distribute or be distributed loosely or evenly
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