Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of amble.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of amble.

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Examples

  • Forrest Griffin ambles into the workout room in the basement of Mandalay Bay on the Wednesday before the fight, almost unnoticed by the reporters, which is all the more difficult considering that he is 6 feet 3 inches tall.

    Rampage

  • Forrest Griffin ambles into the workout room in the basement of Mandalay Bay on the Wednesday before the fight, almost unnoticed by the reporters, which is all the more difficult considering that he is 6 feet 3 inches tall.

    Rampage

  • The two old ladies breakfasted in bed every morning, went out for drives at eleven and three o'clock, ( "ambles," Miles called them in scornful reference to the pace of the sleek old horses), retired to their rooms for naps after lunch, ate a hearty dinner at eight, and settled down for the night at ten o'clock.

    Betty Trevor

  • And, in fact, another contender: a cat-mad Bob-groupie played by Kristen Schaal, who ambles off with every scene she's in.

    Butter – review

  • The other, an 18-year-old with a history of domestic violence, ambles out of class in a black bubble jacket and jeans.

    Monitoring the District's troubled youth

  • But then he ambles back to bed, snuggles in under the feather comforter and starts snoring again.

    Waking Up in Stillwater « Biodork

  • Ricky Simms, who manages both Ohuruogu and Usain Bolt, ambles past and suggests staging a race between the East End Olympians – with each of them starting from their family home and seeing who might reach the stadium first.

    Christine Ohuruogu: It doesn't matter if I'm face of the Games or not

  • Wearing a friendly, wide grin, he ambles into the U.S.

    No Time for Sergeants on DVD - The Retroist

  • “Warped,” an easygoing ditty based on a 60s shag-rock sample, ambles along.

    The Edison of Managed Minutiae « PubliCola

  • The other, an 18-year-old with a history of domestic violence, ambles out of class in a black bubble jacket and jeans.

    Monitoring the District's troubled youth

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