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rambler in Outdoor topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishramblerram‧bler /ˈræmblə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 British EnglishDLO someone who goes for walks in the countryside for pleasure2 HBPa plant, especially a rose, that grows in all directions
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ramblerFor the active walker and rambler the choices are too numerous to mention.I think it proper to give this caution, that future ramblers may make choice of which road they please.Meanwhile, ramblers are planning a mass protest at the site.There will be no pub lunch stop on 7 March so ramblers should be sure to pack some sandwiches.A few varieties of supple-stemmed rambler are just as suitable for this purpose, covering many square yards once they become established.Many roses, especially the ramblers, have one single flush and no more.Designed for use off-road, their increasing numbers have brought them into conflict with ramblers and other groups using the countryside.Today the railway attracts many tourists to the area, and is very popular with ramblers.