Rambling sentence example

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  • It is a rambling structure now occupied by the National Museum.
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  • Well, enough rambling, my thoughts are all over the place.
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  • Try to capture the essence of the nominee without rambling on too long.
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  • You'd be happier taking care of a rambling old house in the middle of nowhere?
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  • What was this thing he had about an old rambling house?
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  • When rambling about in a free state, or when hanging over a bank or a cutting, this Forsythia is seen to very great advantage.
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  • Memos are generally concise and consist of a page or less.  Avoid rambling.
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  • Many students make the mistake of thinking long, rambling sentences will make them sound more intelligent, but studies have shown that concise language is the most effective.
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  • Scaber is a delightful old climber for walls, trellises, and pillars, its orange-red flowers are beautiful, and its rambling shoots graceful.
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  • So looking after a rambling old house could be an ambition?
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  • You didn't invite me out here to listen to my maudlin rambling.
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  • Effie choked a tad on her cookie at the enthusiasm of her rambling and asked for a glass of milk.
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  • Hamer has kept the rambling and episodic structure of the book, eschewing traditional narrative.
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  • Somewhat rambling diatribe against the education offered by Balliol as being unsuitable for today's young men. [8] H. Fairbrother to BJ.
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  • Since it was opened up a few years ago as a long-distance footpath, its popularity for walking and rambling has grown.
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  • A little orphan girl lives with her cruel aunt in a rambling, tumbledown house.
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  • Clematis, evergreen honeysuckles and climbing or rambling roses are delightful when used in this way.
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  • Look at my last post, rambling about elton john.
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  • Aykley Heads House, Durham Aykley Heads is a rambling courtyard mansion of medieval origins on the edge of the City of Durham.
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  • In what Evans mysteriously terms unpractised hands, such literary ornamentation can lead to prose that is rambling, opaque and affected.
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  • Tie in climbing and rambling roses as near to horizontal as possible.
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  • Molko flashes a plastic smile, listens to the rambling spiel and then says he really must be going.
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  • Rating: This story is too long for its own good; a rambling yarn with a totally unnecessary middle section set in Mexico.
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  • Whether you go hill walking, rambling or hiking, we have the information to keep you on your feet!
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  • After they had passed away and before the Christian Scriptures were canonically sifted and collected there was a gap which for us is only slenderly filled by such productions as the so-called 2nd Epistle of Clement, really a rambling homily on repentance and confession (see Clementine Literature), and by what we can imagine was the practice of men like Ignatius and, on the other hand, the Apologists.
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  • There are big rambling roses on one side of the lawn which extends the full length of the kitchen garden wall.
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  • Self Catering A wide choice from cozy cottages to rambling farmhouses.
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  • It is praised in many songs and is probably the most famous of all rambling trails in Germany.
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  • This rambling manor house is the kind of time capsule you just ca n't simulate.
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  • Avoid long rambling sentences, jargon or unexplained acronyms.
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  • The vicar at the time was The Reverend Anderson who was famous for his long and somewhat rambling sermons.
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  • Thanks for taking time out to have a read at me rambling on !
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  • I was reminded of Roy Harper by the, at times, rambling, stream-of-consciousness lyrics.
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  • When people think of Tuscany, they envision sprawling vineyards: rows of vines, sculpted cypress trees, rambling stone walls, winding dirt roads, weathered farmhouses, moss covered villas, blue skies and bright sun.
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  • Rambling details about one individual without including the other half of the newlywed couple.
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  • This gives the writer a chance to clean up rambling sentences and express their thoughts clearly.
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  • During the show, he reportedly "broke down" and gave a rambling apology to the audience, talking about how he just wants to play the guitar and was trying to be "clever" with his racially charged comments.
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  • This beautiful though common plant may be used for the open border, for festooning branches, for covering arbours, trellises, and the like, or for rambling over shrubs, growing freely in any good ordinary garden soil.
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  • Box Thorn (Lycium) - Rambling shrubs, the best known being L. chinense, a common climber on cottage walls.
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  • The poetry posted on Rosie's blog has been described by some critics as rambling.
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  • The rambling restaurant is perfect for large parties or simple dinner gatherings.
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  • Shoots of the rambling kinds root from the points almost as readily as a bramble, and cuttings strike freely.
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  • R. Rubrifolia (Red-leaved R.) should have a place for its lovely-tinted leaves and shoots; it has a rambling or climbing habit, but also grows into a large self-supporting bush or spreads nicely when pegged down.
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  • The plant is a cross with a Dijon Tea, and of freely rambling habit, well suited to pillars, arches, pergolas, and either to train against tree-trunks or pegged along the ground.
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  • The acute phase of schizophrenia is also characterized by incoherent thinking, rambling or discontinuous speech, use of nonsense words, and odd physical behavior, including grimacing, pacing, and unusual postures.
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  • The rambling operations of the naval war till the close of 1780 - directed by the allies to such secondary objects as the capture of West Indian islands, or of Minorca and Gibraltar, and by Great Britain to defensive movements - began to assume a degree of coherence in 1781.
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  • Prose mingles with poetry, wit with wisdom, the good with the bad, and as one thing goes on to suggest another, it makes the Talmud a somewhat rambling compilation.
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  • I am sorry for saying so much and rambling on for so long but I would appreciate any advice that you can offer.
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  • From romantic getaways to fun and rambling homes the kids can run around in, there is a rental opportunity perfect for everyone.
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  • I filled Betsy in on the details of the prior evening with a rambling discourse.
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  • The maharaja's palace, a huge, rambling, ungainly building, stands in the centre of the town, which also contains numerous temples.
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  • The three other poems, designated as "Book II" in the Junius MS., are characterized by considerable imaginative power and vigour of expression, but they show an absence of literary culture and are somewhat rambling, full of repetitions and generally lacking in finish.
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  • His style, it is true, is involved and obscure, often rambling and incoherent.
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  • In 1780 van Plettenberg, the governor, proclaimed the Sneeuwbergen the northern boundary of the colony, expressing " the anxious hope that no more extension should take 'place, and with heavy penalties forbidding the rambling peasants to wander beyond."
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  • It's the rambling of a disturbed woman but you'd better bury it somewhere before you have to start explaining your upstairs cleaning habits.
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