You may have a difficult time finding cat eye sunglasses that are actually from the 1950s unless you just happen to stumble into the right store or go into your mom or grandma's attic and find an old forgotten pair in a trunk.
Perhaps you'll stumble upon a stencil that inspires you to one day create the permanent image you'd like, but the beauty of temporary ink lies in its ability to fade just as you change your mind about having a tattoo.
Even if you find a lender offering what looks like a fantastic deal, you should still have a look around to see what other lenders are offering for similar loan products because you may stumble upon something better.
The character Hagrid speaks with a very thick dialect and it's hard not to stumble through his words, but reading slowly through his dialog allows the reader to really hear the voice of this character.
Often popular European games (for example, the critically-acclaimed French action-adventure game Beyond Good and Evil and gorgeously crafted adventure The Longest Journey) stumble when they reach American shores for exactly this reason.
If you stumble across something regarding credit cards that seems particularly outlandish - such as claims that you don't have to pay your bills because of some obscure law - then check the facts before assuming that it's valid.
Sometimes home inspectors stumble upon issues that need to be addressed that the homeowners may not have been aware of at all, such as a cracking foundation or other potentially serious issue with the home.
There was no way to know where Lana was; he had to hope to stumble upon her.
That's why you changed the lock so snoopy Mrs. Glass wouldn't stumble on it.
But of all doctrines that of eternal punishment is most contrary, Reimarus thinks, to true ideas of God, and it was this point which first caused him to stumble" (History of Modern Phil., Eng.