Definition of stumbler in English:

stumbler

noun

See stumble

  • ‘If Roma are the biggest sliders after the first quarter of the competition, Iberia has provided the rest of the major stumblers.’
  • ‘There is also the row with consultants over their future role and contracts (medical indemnity insurance is the current stumbler).’
  • ‘In addition, there is the added stumbler that allowing below-invoice selling will require primary legislation.’
  • ‘Many an ensemble has stumbled over the play's pitfalls, the stumblers typically excusing their more awkward moments by evoking Brecht's theory of alienation.’

Pronunciation

stumbler

/ˈstʌmb(ə)lə/