tumble along

tumble along

to roll or bounce along. The ball tumbled along, across the lawn and into the street. As the boulder tumbled along, it crushed everything in its path.
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These events are unique and provide a brilliant way to see the city differently, whilst having a bit of rough and tumble along the way.
TUMBLE along to Parc Cwm Darran Circus Workshops on Wednesdays to August 28 and join in the juggling, stilt walking, plate spinning, hula hooping and acrobatic skills.
Casting and retrieving it works well, but the most productive method for the biggest trout is to cast upcurrent, let the lure fall to bottom, then allow it to dead drift tumble along the river floor.
The device would use leading-edge x-ray technology to quickly capture images of the freshly harvested olives as they tumble along a conveyer belt.
The gaggle of early- risers from Middle Britain tumble along in a ragged line in the wake of our super, keep-fit hostess.
THE gaggle of early-risers from Middle Britain tumble along in a ragged line in the wake of our super keep fit hostess.
It is clear, watching the games - which tumble along at a rate of 12 per hour - that some players are either 24-fingered mathematical geniuses, or operating software-assisted automated trading systems, instantly assessing the cards dealt, crunching the numbers, building in a margin and posting a full book of back and lay opportunities on the site.
That's what it's all about for us - good motoring, open roads and lots of hills - these cars can still tumble along at 65mph all day.
With a strong puff of breath or a breeze, your wind ball will tumble along.
Moreover, since the particles are larger and heavier, they will tumble along with water but do not become suspended in it.
Jatara Blue, as short as 1-5 to land heat three, took a very nasty tumble along with Knockard Ranger at the third bend, which left the Millenium Club-owned Phoenix Chi well clear.