verb (used without object), am·bled, am·bling.
Origin of amble
Related formsam·bler, nounam·bling·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for ambling
And he could keep order in the halls just by ambling through them.
Ambling behind him is a handful of walkers, which Abraham dispatches in a matter of seconds.The Walking Dead’s ‘Self Help’: A Grim Show Displays Its Comedy Streak, and A Major Reveal|Melissa Leon|November 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Each novella in this book unfolds slowly, ambling through expository digressions with confidence.Must Reads: ‘How to Survive the Titanic,’ ‘The Limit,’ and More|Lucy Scholes, Kevin Canfield, Mythili Rao|December 20, 2011|DAILY BEAST
He was ambling quietly towards Quiberon; he would be back directly and return again the next day.Over Strand and Field|Gustave Flaubert
The vicar rode on at an ambling pace, which his good mare sustained up hill and down vale without urging.The Haunters & The Haunted|Various
She had helped him not to die, and yet to sink into the ambling pace of these defended years.The Prisoner|Alice Brown
He had been among the realities of battle and death, while she had been mincing and ambling along the usual feminine path.The Marriage of William Ashe|Mrs. Humphry Ward
Sitting softly on their ambling horses, they think themselves so many Apollos.Ancient Armour and Weapons in Europe|John Hewitt