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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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Sparsit, easily ambling along with her netting-needles, raised the Coriolanian eyebrows and shook her head, as much as to say,
Toriki and Levy broke into a run for their boats, the latter ambling along like a panic-stricken hippopotamus.
Moores' photo captured the massive alligator ambling along behind unsuspecting golfers.
You can experience nature wherever you go in Wales, whether that's striding up Snowdonia, ambling along the coastalpath or sitting in your local park or back garden.
And be honest with him - you don't have to say you fancy someone else but admit that you're bored and feel like the marriage is just ambling along and you're craving more excitement.
And be honest with him - you don't have to say you fancy someone else, but admit that you're bored and feel like the marriage is just ambling along and you're craving more excitement.
give rmke The girls give natural performances but like the gang, the film needs a stronger sense of urgency and e s direction instead of ambling along.
Summary: Ambling along the narrow streets of Beirut's Mar Mikhael and Geitawi neighborhoods on a balmy morning, master's students from Balamand University's Academie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts lead groups of design enthusiasts on a heritage-esque tour of the areas' famous stairs.
THEY could have been on a family outing, a small group of adults and children ambling along the banks of a wide river estuary on the Norfolk coast.
It is a one-way road, and with many stray animals like camels and donkeys ambling along the road that lacks street light as well as shoulders, commuters find it a difficult stretch to travel.
So you could find yourself soaking up the sun on the beaches of Barcelona or ambling along the cobbled streets of Seville.
AMBLING along the old railway line in Normanby with the sun beating down and breathing in lungfuls of fresh air, it's easy to see why the group I've just met love spending their Thursday mornings like this.
Here we are again, in line at the ice cream booth, pushing strollers toward the pony rides, ambling along the good ground toward a spot in the shade, plotting nothing more productive or cerebral than a bag of popcorn or candied apple.
While the first movement felt a little less distant than it did on Thursday, and the larghetto was beautifully rounded, the finale felt pedestrian, ambling along without much sparkle.
What really made my blood boil was the fact that there were two traffic wardens ambling along Cowbridge Road, not tackling any illegally parked cars.