- v. present participle of ambulate.
“A kind of ambulating pedler drowns the shrill treble of the Indian cry.”
“We need to develop individual strategies to promote standing and ambulating time by 2.5 hours per day and also re-engineer our work, school and home environments to render active living the option of choice.”
“You are a pointy-toothed beast, an ambulating, demanding cum-shot of a thousand million advertising campaigns.”
“To be admitted to a hospital, patients had to be so thoroughly diseased or traumatized there was no option to send them ambulating right back to their homes.”
“Apricot-colored boys astride smooth gray water buffaloes wallowed in the ooze of the sawah wet rice paddies; the slim, bent figures of working women in conical hats made them look like ambulating toadstools.”
“ They are grateful that ambulating heat waves do not occur in their sleep at night.”
“These submissions reminded me of the days when I was first ambulating from one place to another, from the barbershop to the local hardware store.”
“Or perhaps a cardiovascular or respiratory limitation that prevented him from ambulating, especially in the dry, freezing weather?”
“Forget ambulating, pedaling, and easing on into work - we can huck, shred, and rip all the way to the office.”
“Elvis stayed in the same spot until I returned home, and then he remained glued to my side in bed until I was ambulating.”
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