Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of amble.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Some of America's highest-paid television correspondents begin ambling toward the pressroom door.

    Why Americans Hate the Media

  • I must confess that the three of us did not at all relish the idea of ambling into the whole

    The War in the Air; Vol. 1 The Part played in the Great War by the Royal Air Force

  • He didn't lose any audience members, though there were a few faces in the audience that could be described as ambling toward ashen.

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  • He was a large, meaty, oily type of man — a kind of ambling, gelatinous formula of the male, with the usual sound commercial instincts of the Jew, but with an errant philosophy which led him to believe first one thing and then another so long as neither interfered definitely with his business.

    The Titan

  • In _Satiromastix_, Horace is laughed at for his 'ambling' walk; wherefore he had so badly played mad

    Shakspere and Montaigne

  • We know of Jonson's unseemly bodily figure, his 'ambling' gait, which rendered him unfit for the stage.

    Shakspere and Montaigne

  • He was a large, meaty, oily type of man -- a kind of ambling, gelatinous formula of the male, with the usual sound commercial instincts of the Jew, but with an errant philosophy which led him to believe first one thing and then another so long as neither interfered definitely with his business.

    The Titan

  • At the first step, both were flung violently to the ground, but they managed to scramble up, and clinging to each other with their backs bent like two old crippled peasants, they struck into a kind of ambling trot.

    The Fur Country

  • 4: According to certain indications in _Satiromastix_, he had an 'ambling' walk, or dancing kind of step.

    Shakspere and Montaigne

  • Hannah’s been in a hurry from her earliest flutters, and Jacob’s just kind of ambling along.

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  • Moving slow and awkwardly

    May 27, 2009