amble along

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amble along

To walk in a slow or aimless fashion. We had some extra time before the concert, so we ambled along Main Street. I'm usually late because my kids just amble along, as if we have no time constraints whatsoever.

amble along (something)

to walk along slowly and casually somewhere. They ambled along the path. I was just ambling along, minding my own business, when I tripped.
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And for the rest of the way to the steamer, Dag Daughtry grinned and chuckled at sight of his plunder and at sight of Kwaque, who fantastically titubated and ambled along, barrel-like, on his pipe-stems.
She was silent, and the horse ambled along for a considerable distance, till a faint luminous fog, which had hung in the hollows all the evening, became general and enveloped them.
As the horse ambled along, drawing the buggy, the people of the glass city made way for them and formed a procession in their rear.
The horse was of Hungarian breed, and ambled along at an easy pace.
On the road, it ambled along smartly enough and it wasn't until I looked at the price that I realised what a bargain this car was.
While the Child of Hale towered above us, With his giant's fixed wooden gaze, As we ambled along old Within's Way, In the ghostly footsteps, Of Prince Rupert's Royalist brigade, Intent on fording Liverpool Bay, When the Mersey was held in abeyance, Its waves waiting out in the Irish Sea, To try and swallow up the wading cavalrymen, And consign them to history.
Cars trickled past in the street below the dusty window of my office, and a few of the good folks of our fair city ambled along the sidewalk, men in hats, mostly, going nowhere."
"If I didn't use my own initiative and apply for a work placement I would have ambled along not knowing what to do after my GCSEs," he said.
Afterward, the bear ambled along a walkway and eventually darted into the forest.
They spotted an elephant bull and followed it at what they say they thought was a safe following distance - around 30 to 40 metres - and took a video of the animal as it ambled along. According to the renter, "the bull suddenly turned around, walked rapidly towards them and they decided the best option was to remain stationary."
For the next 20 minutes the game ambled along until John Russell slipped Doyle in on goal, however, Trimble raced from his line to make to block.
LIGHT THE Crown was originally 16th century coaching inn From the decor to the warm, friendly welcome to the home cooked food, a visit to The Crown takes you back to a time when life ambled along at a slower, more gentle pace.
We ambled along chatting about children, the price of eggs and growing our own veg.
Diamond Harry (4-6 favourite) ambled along just inside the rail for much of proceedings and although he regularly had to be steadied into his hurdles, he was never in any sort of trouble.