stagger

(redirected from staggered)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

stag·ger

(stag'ĕr),
To walk unsteadily; to reel.

stagger

(stăg′ər)
n.
staggers (used with a sing. verb) Any of various diseases in animals, especially horses, cattle, or other domestic animals, that are characterized by a lack of coordination in moving, a staggering gait, and frequent falling.

stag′ger·er n.
stag′ger·y adj.
References in periodicals archive ?
We make this finding by first estimating the effect of a staggered
examine the effect of a staggered board on up to 2961 firms over a
staggered board, which is consistent with the prominent study of Bebchuk
effect of a staggered board becomes insignificant once related
conclusion that the firm-value effects of a staggered board are driven
by other variables and not by the staggered board itself.
We next turn to studies that have shown that the staggered board
the varying effect of firm-fixed effects, we find that a staggered board
They also highlight the sensitivity of any analysis of the staggered
We also address the fact that having a staggered board--its
In other words, the estimated effect of a staggered board may
than resulting from the presence or absence of a staggered board.