stagger from (some place)

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stagger from (some place)

To walk or shuffle out of some place in an swerving, unsteady manner. The man staggered from the room clutching his chest, and I knew immediately he was having a heart attack. We all staggered from the pub in a drunken haze.
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stagger from something

to move out of a place, tottering. The drunk staggered from the tavern and fell into the gutter. The wounded man staggered from the door and called for help.
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In her Oscar-winning role in Cabaret, 1972, Liza plays a Weimar version of Pookie Adams: a perky chanteuse with no eyebrows who cheerfully staggers from rejection to rejection (again, by emotionally challenged men).