- v. Simple past tense and past participle of shamble.
“A leathery and tanned creature, an elderly lemkin shambled between lines of his brethren, leaning upon a stick.”
“The boy looked at Skinner in surprise, then without a word shambled into the inside office.”
““All in good time,” Sangjo replied, “but first—” He gestured into the next cell, in which twenty or thirty rotting bodies shambled around in the darkness.”
“His brother meanwhile shambled backward, eyes crossed and hands flailing for balance.”
“They clambered up the gunwales and vaulted over the rails and shambled across the decks—only to drop into a clever set of trapdoors.”
“He shambled to his feet with a series of clumsy jerks, trying to maintain his balance.”
“Six men shambled out, looking confused and bewildered.”
“Sophie shambled in, setting a plastic bowl and a glass of water on the nightstand.”
“Stanley lived up the avenue from me on Central Park West and occasionally shambled down to my home office to chat intensely about many things and to take pictures of my two pet squirrel monkeys.”
“Patrick Bize shambled over to their table and poured two glasses of something from a magnum for Ms. Wasserman and her client.”
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