verb (used without object), am·bled, am·bling.
Origin of amble
Related formsam·bler, nounam·bling·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for ambled
He ambled into the main auditorium, telling me he was exhausted, while Newt Gingrich wrapped up a snooze of a speech.
Driscoll nodded, and off the old Mexican ambled with the flask.The Missourian|Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
He looked at Raiden, as he ambled along by his side; then suddenly threw himself into his arms.The Usurper|Judith Gautier
Here also the streets followed no definite plan, but ambled hither and thither along the uneven summit.Old Quebec|Sir Gilbert Parker and Claude Glennon Bryan
He ambled, rather than walked, and his lean, lanky legs would have made him a fortune on the stage.The Bad Man|Charles Hanson Towne
He glanced at it, and saying "Ah, a letter from Emilius," opened and read it as we ambled along the soft forest track.A Secret Inheritance (Volume 1 of 3)|B. L. (Benjamin Leopold) Farjeon