Definitions

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

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Examples

  • She went far afield, in rambles to woods and lonely uplands.

    Chronicles of Avonlea

  • However, I just go back to peaceful days, when we used to spend the long summer evenings in rambles through that lovely country.

    A Lady's Glimpse of the Late War in Bohemia

  • Margaret's constant companion in her rambles was the faithful dog

    Dawn

  • He recalled his rambles with Ned Preston, Jo Springer, Jim Turner and the quaint negro youth known as "Blossom," when all passed through many stirring experiences, as you learned long since in the "Boy Pioneer Series;" and of Jack Carleton and Otto Relstaub in the "Log Cabin" stories.

    Deerfoot in The Mountains

  • But the rambles were a comfort and a kind of balance to her life.

    A Little Girl in Old Quebec

  • The new album, the group's eighth and reportedly final record, is marked by spoken-word rambles and a sense of fun that we haven't always seen from the serious Mr. Oberst.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • I know what you're thinking - 500 word rambles about how great a company is, written by someone who would much rather be writing computer code or cracking some data - are not a great addition to knowledge and understanding on the internet

    Shiny Shiny

  • It could contain either subject-line-only tweets or charming 2,000-word rambles from friends who just wanted to talk.

    Reason Magazine

  • It could contain either subject-line-only tweets or charming 2,000-word rambles from friends who just wanted to talk.

    Reason Magazine

  • Henslow would invite the public on "rambles" around Cambridge to examine and collect local flora.

    How an Evolutionary Garden Grows

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