- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ambulate.
“One paraplegic treated almost three years after the injury now ambulates with two crutches and knee braces.”
“So the Osprey "will have the added -- much to be desired -- effect of scattering the White House press corps to end those pesky shouted-out questions as the POTUS ambulates to the White House back door.”
“Then I ambulates out among the rubes 'n' acts like I'm willing to bet on the bay geldin '.”
“La Señoras desean aumentar capital a sus negocios muchas de ellas son ambulates que no tienen puesto fijo”
“He described himself as a "Disabled, gay, Jewish, leftist, middle aged dwarf who ambulates with crutches", but Harry was much more.”
“After a slow learning curve, she now ambulates efficiently with a prosthetic leg.”
“Sometimes grandma hears well, speaks clearly and ambulates about her home without any assistance.”
“El primero fue contra vendedores ambulates de flores en San Salvador Atenco, donde la policía golpeó y encarceló a campesinos y arestó a organisadors reconocidos.”
“Michelle Obimbo, who shares sleeping accommodations with Barack in his native earth, ambulates to the sound of a different wolf call.”
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