amble
[ am-buhl ]
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Part of SpeechverbOrigin + Etymology
Middle English; from the Old French ambler, from the Latin ambulare "to walk"
Synonyms
verb
driftloitermeandermoseysaunter
Antonyms
verb
runstay
Definition
verbto go at a slow, easy pace; stroll; saunter
Examples
verbA) She had plans to amble about and see the city’s sights. B) There was no time to amble; he was late for church and didn't want to miss anything.
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