verb (used without object), ram·bled, ram·bling.
verb (used with object), ram·bled, ram·bling.
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So he started alone for a ramble among the Channel Islands, and I went back to Paris.Read ‘The King in Yellow,’ the ‘True Detective’ Reference That’s the Key to the Show|Robert W. Chambers|February 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Miss Utah's Incoherent Ramble She tried her best, she really did!
Infected honeybees that should be sleeping at night instead ramble out into the darkness, where their fate is sealed.
Also, he didn't ramble on about what he'd been up to in his state capital, as Christie did.More Thougts on Last Night: The Cuomo-Christie Comparison Is Meaningless|Michael Tomasky|August 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Now, the judges, while passionate as always, seem to have more time than ever to ramble.
However, I returned well pleased from my ride, and found my young sportsmen not less pleased with their morning's ramble.
The moon was up long before we returned from our ramble, and long before our host arrived.
Ruth found Mr Bellingham was not yet come down; so she sallied out for an additional half-hour's ramble.
She covered him with her shawl, which she had thrown over a chair on coming in from their twilight ramble.
After having finished their meal, Mr. George and Rollo set out to take a ramble about the town by themselves.Rollo in Holland|Jacob Abbott