One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Was France trapped in a cycle of monarchy, republic, and empire, or did it advance stumblingly towards stability, finally achieved by the Third Republic?’
- ‘She muttered nervously, stumblingly gaining her footing.’
- ‘They are also getting stumblingly obvious about it.’
- ‘Was France trapped in a cycle of monarchy, republic, and empire, or did it advance stumblingly towards stability?’
- ‘He stumblingly confesses that he does not have a licence to cut down the trees.’
- ‘When Charles stumblingly asks her out, she makes the most of it.’
- ‘He becomes evasive and speaks stumblingly, as if he were trying to protect not only his room-mate from scrutiny but also himself.’
- ‘He stumblingly described how the military commander spoke to the American people through the Congress.’
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