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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of amble.

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Examples

  • He blinked around him through his unshorn hair and without a word ambled into the roadhouse.

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  • He just kind of ambled out of the alley like he was out for a midnight stroll or something.

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  • One night a large rat ambled down the corridor, stopped at our door, and looked in hopefully, as though we might invite him in for tea.

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  • The news story ambled through the facts for several columns, informing readers only right at the end that Admiral Nelson had been killed.

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  • I had removed my costume and was wearing just my corset, chemise, and petticoats Teddy quickly threw me a silk wrapper and was beginning to remove my heavy stage make-up when George ambled in.

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  • Hearing the ruckus, the king ambled over, startling Hart.

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  • As Janice and I ambled along the crowded sidewalk, I touched the Blessed Mother pendant ever-present around my neck and thought some more about my mother.

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  • Expecting nothing as I ambled up her walk one troubled day, I had found not only a funny and loveable healer, but a teacher and a friend.

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  • The woman kept her eyes on Tony as she strapped the children into a stroller while he ambled back to where I stood.

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  • Expecting nothing as I ambled up her walk one troubled day, I had found not only a funny and loveable healer, but a teacher and a friend.

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