Fall suddenly, clumsily, or headlong
he staggered a step or two and tumbled over
A type of turn in which the swimmer performs a manoeuvre resembling a forward somersault in order to push off from the side of the pool using the feet.
An attachment at the rear of a carriage for storing luggage or to provide seating, typically for servants; = rumble. Now historical.
A machine that dries washed clothes by spinning them in hot air inside a rotating drum
A situation without rules or organization; a free-for-all
Understand the meaning or hidden implication of (a situation)
the row started a real rough and tumble
(Of a building or other structure) falling or fallen into ruin; dilapidated