Stagger in a sentence as a noun

It seems legitimate that they'd want to stagger the release of this.

I find this Request a clever way to stagger the release of the update.

Blade chassis are smart enough to stagger starting up each blade for this reason.

You likely can stagger the trains going north to south as well as the trains going east to west so that they miss each other.

Also stagger deployment of your latest APK and do the Amazon app store last.

But instead they feel the need to stagger the information on a weekly basis and I lose interest.

Surge pricing equivalents will motivate people to adjust/stagger their working hours.

Stagger in a sentence as a verb

I stagger over to a corner, now feeling like I have reached terminal velocity and sort of flump to the floor.

These engagements are different than employment because often times they're not full-time and you can stagger a couple of contracts together at the same time.

My legs don't work, I feel like one of those floppy inflatable plastic guys they attach to a fan and use to promote used car lots, alternately staggering around stiff and floppy legged.

To maximize the chances of offers coming in around the same time, I generally suggest that candidates stagger applications as a first tactic.

I had stoned-looking, unshaven, greasy-haired teenagers in ripped clothes and baggy jeans stagger into my store as if they were stoned out of their minds, throw down a folded-in-quarters resume on the counter, and say 'I'd like a job'.

In trying to hold on to the old tech, these Verizon customers are forcing Verizon to stagger their support between two technologies for much longer than they would otherwise - leading to diminished customer service and perceived reliability for both.

Stagger definitions


an unsteady uneven gait

See also: lurch stumble


walk as if unable to control one's movements; "The drunken man staggered into the room"

See also: reel keel lurch swag careen


walk with great difficulty; "He staggered along in the heavy snow"

See also: flounder


to arrange in a systematic order; "stagger the chairs in the lecture hall"

See also: distribute


astound or overwhelm, as with shock; "She was staggered with bills after she tried to rebuild her house following the earthquake"