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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrambleram‧ble1 /ˈræmbəl/ verb [intransitive]  1 TALK TO somebodyto talk for a long time in a way that does not seem clearly organized, so that other people find it difficult to understand you She’s getting old and she tends to ramble a bit.2 [always + adverb/preposition] British EnglishDLO to go on a walk in the countryside for pleasurehike There’s plenty to discover as you ramble around this little island.3 HBPa plant that rambles grows in all directions ramble on→ See Verb table
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rambleHasty rambled 80 yards for the touchdown.The trouble is once Dad gets started on a subject, he tends to ramble.We spent three wonderful days rambling around Palermo.In his diary, the Unabomber rambled at length about the evils of technology.We'd wander round the house as we rambled conversationally.He was a little drunk and kept rambling on about the good old days.But he's been rambling on about you, Miranda.She rambled on, but Anastasia was not listening.Ida rambled on, but Anna wasn't listening to her.I sat down and let him ramble on for a few minutes.No one wants a head's rambling, spur of the minute monologue at the end of the day.Dean Wilford tends to ramble when he speaks.