Ramble sentence example

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  • It is then a steady ramble back to familiar environs.
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  • One day my teacher and I were returning from a long ramble.
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  • Anyway, sorry to ramble on at such length.
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  • A good book review follows the same basic rules as any other type of writing: write in the active voice, don't ramble, and proofread your work carefully when you're finished.
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  • Tours to suit all levels of ability from a gentle ramble to a Himalayan expedition.
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  • They do enjoy exercise and enjoy a ramble in the countryside and through the woods.
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  • They range from a short 3 mile stroll to a half-day 9 mile ramble.
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  • In the afternoon we go for a " nature ramble " in the woods (not the pine forest itself ).
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  • In the afternoon we go for a " nature ramble " in the woods (not the pine forest itself).
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  • Stiles and small ' kissing gates ' make it very easy for people to get onto the Wedge, and ramble around.
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  • Together they make a wonderful backdrop as they ramble up the trellis on the far wall.
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  • It may be necessary to time the speech beforehand to be sure it does not ramble.
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  • We train it up stout Oak branches, and get it a few feet high, then let it ramble at will.
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  • If you have natural wave or curl, nothing could be easier than setting them free to ramble.
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  • Most of the guests seemed content in the parlor, listening to Pumpkin Green ramble away about his upcoming Fourth of July water fight.
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  • Sarah took a timorous step forward and spilled the details of their plight in one long ramble, barely stopping for breath.
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  • Posted by: Alba Jun 26 2006, 10:00 AM What an incoherent ramble!
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  • This leisurely ramble takes over mainly field paths within the boro of Knowsley.
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  • Now here 's an opportunity to ramble on a bit: the favorite posting on the forum.
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  • The wild garden is the place where it is most at home, and where its vigorous roots may ramble without doing injury to other plants.
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  • It seems that, in their desire to convince the interviewer that they should be hired, they just ramble on.
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  • I cannot quit the comforts of a settled abode to ramble over the fields wherever the flocks may require me to roam.
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  • Instead of an editorial we get a ramble a sort of epistle with rather more urban angst than upbeat progression.
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  • From a gentle countryside ramble to a challenging hike up Skiddaw, there really is something for everyone.
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  • However, they rather let the side down by also having a catchy little melody called Ramble on Rose.
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  • Remember, you want the conversation to flow, so don't just ramble off a series of questions without going any deeper.
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  • After that introduction, my wife listened; for more than five minutes, while Howie apparently continued to ramble.
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  • They can be long-winded and tedious when listening to someone ramble on before they briefly encounter a point that they want to make.
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  • The branches cling to the wall by small rootlets, as in the Ivy, and when allowed to ramble at will are very grotesque, ascending trees or walls to a considerable height, and requiring no nailing and little attention.
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  • Smilax Tamnoides - This grows well in the Bamboo Garden at Kew, and shows well how such a plant may be used to ramble over tree stumps to make a mass of picturesque vegetation.
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  • S. oppositifolia and its varieties succeed in deep, open, rich, loamy soil, and are finest in a fissure or on a ledge of the rock garden, where the roots can ramble backwards or down to any depth.
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  • Where space is limited they can be kept small by pruning, but the best effects are obtained where they can ramble without hindrance.
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  • For moist spongy spots near the rock garden, or by the side of a rill, it is one of the best plants, but its beauty is best seen when it is allowed to ramble over rich, muddy soil.
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  • Men of business, even farmers, thought only of solitude and employment, and of the great distance at which I dwelt from something or other; and though they said that they loved a ramble in the woods occasionally, it was obvious that they did not.
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  • As he began to ramble on about Mrs. Langstrom's cooking, Mrs. Lincoln jumped down and stood on hind legs, stretching up the young man's pant leg.
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