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  • n. Plural form of shambler.


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  • Joe hates shamblers, but he's still the one who has to deal with them.

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  • We all know the great threat zombies pose…their large hordes of shamblers are no match for just a few survivors in most cases.

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  • The mother of all zombie movies, Night of the Living Dead, taught us plenty about gut munchers, like how they are usually slow shamblers who are drawn in hordes by flesh.

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  • “Those shamblers are getting to be pretty close,” Wes said.

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  • The rest of the shamblers, four in all, were closing on the Sheriff.

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  • All that greeted them upon their arrival was a view of the streets and the shamblers working their way, bit by bit, toward the research facility.

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  • The problem with this idea is that even once all of the carriers had died, including the shamblers, whether it be from violence or pure decay, infectious material would be scattered all across the globe.

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  • He shook out the baton once more and broke into a run, clubbing the first of the shamblers out of the way and dodging between the second and third.

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  • Willis was firing after the shamblers that had broken away from the main gate area.

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  • The street leading to the facility had likewise become infested with shamblers.

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