View definitions for tumble
verb as in fall or make fall awkwardly
The violence has once again left victims’ families with a tumble of emotions — grief, anger, confusion.
As the US economy continues to open up, the April jobs report from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the boom in delivery jobs has taken a tumble.
The best ski helmets overall offer comfort, protection from the elements, and safeguarding from the unique types of impacts one might encounter when taking a tumble in the snow.
I’ve blasted through pow shots and have taken some big tumbles.
It wasn’t just the big players — customer service company Zendesk and security firm Okta also dropped Parler as a customer, furthering its tumble off the Web.
At any moment, the slightest loss in concentration could see a disastrous tumble.
His youngest son, Orange Scott, was a rough-and-tumble trickster and a terrible tease.
No friend of liberty can avoid the tumble back and forth between Burke and Paine.
Mandelbaum began her climb to the top of the crime world as a peddler on the rough-and-tumble, bustling streets of New York City.
Flecks of frosting tumble in slow motion to light on his belly, which gently swells beneath a black sweater.
He could hardly walk up the rickety front steps of the old tumble-down house, and his thirteen-year-old son had to help him.
A good man mixes with the world in the rough-and-tumble, and takes his share of the dangers, and the falls, and the temptations.
I shall be so afraid that the roof will tumble in, or somebody come down the chimney to catch me, that I shant sleep a wink.
The third skulker took advantage of the cessation of firing to tumble down from his perch and fly for his life.
I hope you will appreciate my devotion; in a tumble-down old house, near the ramparts.
On this page you'll find 149 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tumble, such as: descend, dip, drop, flop, go down, and nose-dive.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.