tending to stagger or overwhelm:
a staggering amount of money required in the initial investment.
astounding or overwhelming; shocking: a staggering increase in demand
verb (used without object) 1. to walk, move, or stand unsteadily. 2. to falter or begin to give way, as in an argument or fight. 3. to waver or begin to doubt, as in purpose or opinion; hesitate: After staggering momentarily, he recognized that he had to make a decision. verb (used with object) 4. […]
noun 1. an adult male deer. 2. the male of various other animals. 3. a man who attends a social gathering unaccompanied by a woman. 4. Informal. stag party. 5. a swine or bull castrated after maturation of the sex organs. 6. British. a speculator who buys securities of a new issue in the hope […]
noun, plural staggies. Scot. 1. a colt.
noun 1. a piece of a stag’s antler, especially when used to form objects, decorations, or the like. 2. sea staghorn. adjective 3. made of or decorated with staghorn: a knife with a staghorn handle.