Examples of staggering in a Sentence
The storm caused a staggering amount of damage.
the staggering scope of the new construction on campus
Recent Examples of staggering from the Web
Kylie Jenner is on the cover of Forbes magazine, and the cover story surrounds her absolutely staggering fortune.
The superhero sequel is the 20th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and flies into theaters following the staggering success of Avengers: Infinity War earlier this summer and Black Panther in February.
Reynolds, a 34-year old journeyman infielder that signed with the Nationals in mid-April, recorded a staggering 10 RBI and ignited Washington’s 18-4 blowout win over the Marlins.
The Deerbrook Mall had a panty thief on its hands, who police say was hiding a pretty staggering collection of women's underwear.
Yet there is fear that hundreds of workers could be laid off, a potentially staggering blow to a town where a quarter of the population lives in poverty and the median household income is just $31,675.
Given that Vandal set out to be a series from the start, the amount of content recorded this time around sounds staggering.
Big new Central School used 520,000 Flanagan bricks, and the Territorial Capitol would use a staggering 999,750.
Lifeguards treated 107 jellyfish stings Saturday, and a staggering 523 on Sunday.
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STAGGERING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of staggering for English Language Learners
: very large, shocking, or surprising
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