Amble ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Amble ( verb )

Walk or move in a relaxed and leisurely way.

Origin:

Middle english (as a noun meaning "a leisurely walk"): from old french ambler, of unknown origin.

Examples:

  1. We ambled through the park enjoying the scenery.
  2. He ambled down the street, taking his time.
  3. The horse ambled along the trail.
  4. She ambled around the farmers market, looking at the different vendors.
  5. They ambled around the city, taking in the sights.

(As a noun)

Amble ( noun )

Walk or move in a relaxed and leisurely way.

Origin:

Middle english (as a noun meaning "a leisurely walk"): from old french ambler, of unknown origin.

Examples:

  1. We ambled through the park enjoying the scenery.
  2. He ambled down the street, taking his time.
  3. The horse ambled along the trail.
  4. She ambled around the farmers market, looking at the different vendors.
  5. They ambled around the city, taking in the sights.
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