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  • noun Plural form of ambler.

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Examples

  • 'While 59 per cent of the population can be identified as amblers, a startling 25 per cent are evaders, which equates to over 12million adult Britons living in denial about their financial situation and possibly ignoring their debts.

    Home | Mail Online

  • 'amblers' - the type who drift through life not worrying about bank balances until reality (or bankruptcy) hits.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Now she decided to have the three 'amblers' shot, because the grooms treated them improperly.

    Little Memoirs of the Nineteenth Century

  • Now she decided to have the three 'amblers' shot, because the grooms treated them improperly.

    Little Memoirs of the Nineteenth Century

  • The trail takes amblers along hillsides and through fields, woodlands and idyllic towns, with names like Birdlip, Chipping Campden and Little Sodbury.

    A Long Walk in England

  • The Qulun encampment was silent, dark save for the usual all-night glowpoles that were set out to show any nocturnal amblers the way between structures.

    The Cat is a Metaphor

  • Ah, where have they gone, the amblers of yesteryear?

    Brief Encounter

  • Now in North America we train horses to trot, and the consequence is that amblers are scarce, and in most cases have to be educated to their gait.

    Lessons in Life A Series of Familiar Essays

  • Her live-stock included the two sacred mares, three 'amblers,' five asses,

    Little Memoirs of the Nineteenth Century

  • Her live-stock included the two sacred mares, three 'amblers,' five asses,

    Little Memoirs of the Nineteenth Century

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