ramble

Part of speech: noun

Rambler.

Part of speech:

Rambling.

Part of speech: verb

To wander about; roam; talk aimlessly.

Part of speech: noun

A leisurely stroll; a winding path; maze.

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Usage examples "ramble":

  1. This charming companionship secured all to himself- the capture of the salmon- the tribute that had been paid to his skill- the magnetic waterproof hanging over his arm- the prospect of a long ramble home on this beautiful afternoon: all these things combined were surely sufficient to put any young man in an excellent humor. - "Prince Fortunatus", William Black.
  2. The horses were evidently inclined to ramble back, so we short- hobbled them; but as soon as it became dusk, they all went off at a gallop. - "Australia Twice Traversed, The Romance of Exploration Australia Twice Traversed. The Romance Of Exploration, Being A Narrative Compiled From The Journals Of Five Exploring Expeditions Into And Through Central South Australia, And Western Australia, From 1", Ernest Giles.
  3. And in the Colonies, she explained to her husband, during a moorland ramble, it would be absurd for me to be called 'my lady. - "Red Money", Fergus Hume.