amble amble  /ˈæm bəl/


  1. (n) a leisurely walk (usually in some public place)
  2. (v) walk leisurely


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  1. He lobbied for the latter with a staged amble through a park that ended with his stepping in it.
  2. After grazing around a mostly dormant hot spring known as Soda Butte, bison amble single file to ford the Lamar River and join the herd on a recent sunny fall afternoon.
  3. Lately, the intruders have become so confident that they amble about in broad daylight.


  1. Y'all come back now!

    My horse, Dude, and I amble along the dusty trail, the large oak trees shading us from the late-afternoon sun. It’s a quiet, temperate day, and there’s a light breeze blowing in from the Santa Ynez Mountains.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Santa Maria Sun

  2. Emerson Thoreau Amble to open June 14

    On Friday, June 14, at 3 p.m., the public is invited to the official opening of the Emerson Thoreau Amble at Heywood Meadow on Lexington Road.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Concord Journal

  3. Governor's Cup weekend kicks off with events Friday

    The fleet of foot and those who are in it just to amble over and watch are all encouraged to set aside Saturday for the 40th anniversary of the Governor’s Cup.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Helena Independent Record

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  1. "When you see someone like Andy being dropped for this game, and see Luke Narraway losing his place in the squad, you're reminded that it's a brutal world we live in," Vickery said. "No one can afford to amble around. If they do, they'll find...
    on Feb 21, 2008 By: Phil Vickery Source: Independent

  2. University Circle "doesn't have the feel of a place you just amble around in," University Circle Inc. President Chris Ronayne said. "That's what we aspire for it to be."
    on Feb 23, 2007 By: Chris Ronayne Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer

  3. "Of course, this scenario is always in the back of your mind. But I will still go my usual speed for it doesn't make sense to just amble along the special stages," Stohl pointed out.
    on Oct 10, 2007 By: Manfred Stohl Source: Yahoo! Eurosport

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