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  • noun Plural form of ambulation.

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Examples

  • That he swallowed whole sheep or goats during his ambulations was accidental.

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  • The ghost was that of a kender, a kender who appeared vaguely familiar to Tas, but then most kender appear familiar to their fellow kender since the odds are quite likely that in all their ambulations, they must have run into each other sometime.

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  • The fowl is carried in a basket, first round the well; after that into the church-yard; when the same orisons and the same circum-ambulations are performed round the church.

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  • Their ambulations had brought them to the orchard gate again, but he turned on his heel and said, with what struck her as a curious abandonment of the languor by which he usually asserted to the world that he refused to hurry, "Go and put on your hat and we'll start at once."

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  • He limped as he walked, one leg being shorter than the other, and carried a huge stick to assist his ambulations.

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  • That he swallowed whole sheep or goats during his ambulations was accidental.

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  • Immanuel Kant's view on his morning ambulations through his Prussian hometown of Königsberg.

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  • For now, he is carelessly upping the ante, forcing the Government to be on the defensive, or "bluffing" his way with ease, if you are less charitable in characterising his ambulations to power.

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  • a dozen of their forward and backward ambulations.

    My Friend Prospero

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