When it's over, we stumble onto
streets paved with smithereens of glass.
It is only in the paper archives that we get the chance to stumble onto
an article that catches our attention because we see its title as we are searching for something else.
She managed to stumble onto
the streets with a broken nose, second degree burns to her chin, two black eyes and covered in blood.
But I'll keep your target idea in mind if I ever stumble onto
JACK and Victor stumble onto
some juicy information - pity it's not remotely funny.
* Trent Lott commits himself, sometime, during the year, to stumble onto
the boarding platform of the Clue Train.
The opportunity to stumble onto
some fascinating invention from a firm you never heard of is ...
Even though all sorts of horrors hang in the city, Kid and Lanya occasionally stumble onto
remarkable new ways of inhabiting their world.
ENGLISH cricketers go on a 48-hour bender, stumble onto
an open-top bus bound for Trafalgar Square, slur their words live on TV, hide bleary eyes behind sunglasses and turn up at No10 three sheets to the wind.
feels like what it is--a documentary initiated as a shapeless, home movie-like project only to stumble onto
a theme rather late in the game.
But I'll bet it won't be as much fun as when we are out fishing or walking in the woods and stumble onto
a thicket of sumac!--Joplin, MO
Except for the ID check at the security gate, visitors can almost stumble onto
the Rahway property without realizing where they are.
Even when they stumble onto
the truth, the right follow-up question is rarely asked.
(It will be scrambled so that the easily offended can't stumble onto
it accidentally--although I am convinced a lot of those people stare at test patterns trying to find the phallic symbol.)
In covert bioterrorism attacks, recognition, response and treatment can all be delayed because the first responders are physicians and other health care professionals who have to stumble onto
an unannounced attack.