- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ramble.
“For half an hour Ross Shanklin rambled on with his horse reminiscences, never unconscious for a moment of the supreme joy that was his through the touch of his hand on the hem of her dress.”
“Griffin rambled 21 yards for a score with 2: 50 left in the third before Heupel's record-setting TD toss made it 35-14 with 15 seconds to go in the period.”
“I kind of rambled on back there and probably repeated a few points, but oh well.”
“As I rambled, I figured he might get a hand cramp.”
“Yet they seemed sincerely interested, so I happily shared and rambled on about Liberation Theology, Black Theology, James Cone, Cornel West, and a number of other theologians and concepts that I spent so much time with while writing.”
“Also – the father did act VERY uncomfortable when his son said that he did it for the show and then the father just rambled on with an incohearent explanation.”
“He just rambled some more about small business owners and they moved on.”
“I have just rambled on and on and have no idea if any of it makes sense.”
“I moved to Colorado where I taught creative writing at a small college. he rambled on, and then, surprise, asked me about my life. as far as I was concerned, he was still the same szymanski just like he was when I lived in Chicago.”
“She rambled on while her father listened attentively, nodding his head.”
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