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[stˈʌmbə͡l], [stˈʌmbə‍l], [s_t_ˈʌ_m_b_əl]


err (verb)

blunder, botch, bungle, err, fluff, goof, mar, miscalculate, misconceive, misconstrue, misestimate, misjudge, slip, trip.

fail (verb)

bust, collapse, fail, fall, falter, flop, flounder, flunk, lose.

stumble (verb)

hobble, limp, stagger, totter.

Other synonyms

Foozle, Freudian slip, Golf foozle, Tromp, Wade, ability, abort, absurdity, acquire, activate, actuate, arrive at, astonish, astonishing, astonishingly, astound, astounding, astoundingly, attain, awkward, awkwardly, bad job, bad move, balk, ball up, barge, barge in, be agitated, be all thumbs, be frustrated, be unskillful, be unsteady, befog, bevue, bewilder, bit, bitch it, bloomer, blooper, blot, blow, blunder away, blunder into, blunder on, blunder upon, bob, bobble, bodge, boggle, bollix, bollix up, bollocks, bollocks up, bonehead play, bones of leg, boo-boo, boob, botch up, botchery, breakdown, brick, bugger, bull, bumble, bump, bump into, bump off, butcher, cadence, cap, capsize, careen, career, catch, cavort, chance, chance on, chance upon, changeable, clanger, claudication, clerical error, clinker, clump, clumsily, clumsy, clumsy performance, collide with, come a cropper, come across, come on, come onto, come to, come up against, come upon, comedown, commit a gaffe, confound, confuse, correct, corrigendum, cover, crash, create, credulity, cropper, cross purposes, crude, crumple, culbute, curvet, dance, declension, declination, deflation, degree, demur, derive, descend, descension, descent, deviate, dip, discover, dispatch, dive, dizzy, do, dodder, downfall, dream, drop, embarrassing, encounter, erect, erratum, erroneous, error, etourderie, failure, fall down, fall flat, fall headlong, fall in with, fall into error, fall over, fall prostrate, fall upon, falling, falling behind, false, false move, false step, falteringly, fault, faute, faux pas, feel, fetch, fetters, fiasco, find, flaw, fling, flounce, flub, footfall, forced landing, foul up, foul-up, founder, fuck up, fuckup, fudge, fumble, fumbling, gaff, gaffe, gag, gain, gait, galumph, gaucherie, get, get a cropper, get off, get shot down, go amiss, go astray, go awry, go lame, go round, go wrong, grope, halt, haltingly, hap, haplography, happen, happen on, happen upon, hash, have two minds, haw, head trip, header, heel, hem, hem and haw, hesitantly, hesitate, hit, hit against, hit upon, hobbler, hobblingly, host, hum, hum and haw, imagine, impair, impinge on, inaccuracy, inaccurate, inadvertence, inadvertency, inconvenient, incorrect, indiscretion, inept, infraction, jaunt, jib, keel over, kick backward, labor, labour, lapse, lapsus calami, lapsus linguae, let, light, light upon, list, loose thread, lose balance, lose one's balance, lose one's footing, lose oneself, louse up, lower, luck, lumber, lunge, lurch, lurchingly, make, make a false step, make a mistake, make a slip, make hash of, maladroitly, mammer, meet, meet up with, meet with, mess, mess up, mess-up, miscarry, miscue, misdeed, misdiagnose, misdirect, mishandle, mismanage, misprint, misread, misreckon, miss, miss one's aim, miss one's footing, miss stays, miss the mark, miss your footing, misstep, mistake, morsel, move, muck, muck up, muddle, muff, mumble, nose dive, not progressing, obtain, off, off day, omission, oust, overshoot, overshoot the mark, oversight, overtake, pause, peccadillo, perplex, petty sin, pip, pitch, pitch and plunge, pitch upon, pitching, play havoc with, plod, plod along heavily, plummet, plump down, plunge, plunge about, polish off, pop upon, pose, prance, pratfall, produce, puzzle, quake, quaver, quiproquo, quiver, rack up, reach, reel, reel along, remove, rock, roll, round up, run across, run in, run into, sad work, score, scrape, screw up, screwup, scruple, scuff, seethe, set off, shake, shaky, shamble, shiver, shoot, shortcoming, shuffle, shy, slay, slip up, slip-up, slipup, slump, smash, snafu, snapper, spark, spark off, speak haltingly, spill, splutter, spoil, sprawl, spread eagle, sputter, squirm, stagger along, staggering, staggeringly, stammer, stick, stickle, sticky, still exist, stomp, strain, stray, strike, struggle, stub toe on, stumbling, stumblingly, stump, stupefy, stupefyingly, stutter, subsidence, suffer a fall, suffer a setback, swag, sway, swing, tailspin, take a fall, take a flop, take a header, take a nosedive, take a pratfall, take a spill, take one's chance, tally, teeter, tentatively, thrash about, thrive, throw on ground, tilt, titubate, titubation, to trip, toddle, topple, topple down, topple over, toss, toss and tumble, toss and turn, touch off, transgression, travel, tremble, trespass, trigger, trigger off, trip out, trip over, trip up, tripper, tripping, trudge, tumble, tumble down, tumble over, turn on, turn turtle, turn up, twire, twitter, unbalanced, uncertainly, uncertainty, uncomfortable, undoing, ungainly, unsettled, unsound, unsteady, utter impulsively, veer, violation, volutation, wag, waggle, walk with difficulty, wallop, wallow, wander, want of skill, waste time, waver, weave, welter, wobble, wriggle, writhe, wrong, wrong move, wrong step.

Rhymes for Stumble:

  1. tumble, trumbull, rumble;
  2. fumble, jumble, grumble, bumble, crumble, humble, mumble;

Quotes for Stumble:

  1. Most people stumble over the truth, now and then, but they usually manage to pick themselves up and go on, anyway. Winston Churchill.
  2. We occasionally stumble over the truth but most of us pick ourselves up and hurry off as if nothing had happened. Winston Churchill.
  3. Everybody knows if you are too careful you are so occupied in being careful that you are sure to stumble over something. Gertrude Stein.

Idioms of Stumble:

  1. stumble across sm or sth;
  2. stumble across sb/ sth;
  3. stumble across;