Stumble (over)

The clue "Stumble (over)" was last spotted by us at the Daily Pop Crosswords Crossword on November 18 2018.

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"Stumble (over)" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
Wall Street Journal July 11 2020 TRIPON
Daily Pop Crosswords January 12 2020 TRIP
LA Times May 26 2019 TRIPON
Penny Dell - Easy December 6 2018 TRIP
Daily Pop Crosswords November 18 2018 TRIP

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Daily Pop Crosswords Clues November 18, 2018

Highest card in a royal flush
"Let's Put Smart to Work" tech company
Actress Teri of "Mr. Mom"
End of many web addresses
"Cryptonomicon" novelist Stephenson
On an ocean liner
"I Am Charlotte Simmons" novelist Wolfe
Diana Ross & the Supremes, e.g.
"___ for a Small Planet" (classic vegetarian cookbook)
"Fates and Furies" author whose "Florida" was nominated for the 2018 National Book Award for Fiction (2 wds.)
Go bad, as food
Shark rival in "West Side Story"
Pioneering Atari video game
Stereotypically yellow vehicle
"___ the Light We Cannot See" (Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Anthony Doerr)
"Music for Wartime" author whose "The Great Believers" was nominated for the 2018 National Book Award for Fiction (2 wds.)
Period of time often named for a president
Headwear for Dr. Seuss's feline
John Steinbeck's "___ of Eden"
"Electric" swimmer
"___ Lincoln Grows Up" (children's book by Carl Sandburg)
"Salvation City" author whose "The Friend" won the 2018 National Book Award for Fiction (2 wds.)
Like a well-ventilated room
Enclosure for a pet bird
Mark Haddon bestseller "The Curious Incident of the ___ in the Night-Time"
Stumble (over)
Sign of things to come
Glass of NPR's "This American Life"
Dian Fossey's "Gorillas in the ___"
"Don't Bring Me Down" band, for short
Children's playground game
"The Children ___" (Ian McEwan novel)
Joe ___ (Snoopy's alter ego)
Jane Austen title character played by Gwyneth Paltrow
Preface, briefly
French headwear in a Prince song title
"Exile on ___ St." (Robert Greenfield book about the Rolling Stones)
Actress Gal who plays Wonder Woman in "Justice League"
"Dream on!" (2 wds.)
Snorkeling spot
Lab animal in a maze
Backup at the lumber mill
Strongly encourage
McEntire of country music (and old sitcoms)
Prefix meaning "before"
"___ the ramparts we watched ... "
LeBron James's sports org. (Abbr.)
Dr. Seuss's title feline who wears a 35-Across
Letters on a wanted poster
"Fear and Loathing in ___ Vegas" (Hunter S. Thompson novel)
English ___ (class with a lot of reading, for short)
"Moonstruck" Oscar winner
Multi-colored 26-Down
"Peachy ___!" ("Neato!")
Setting for Agatha Christie's "Death on the Nile"
David Boreanaz TV role
"Good," in Guatemala
iPhone automated assistant
Booker Prize-winning author Murdoch
Title for Helen Mirren
Improve a manuscript
"Their Eyes Were Watching God" novelist ___ Neale Hurston
After-hours cash dispenser
Comedian's bit