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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishramblingsram‧blings /ˈræmblɪŋz/ noun [plural]  speech or writing that goes on for a long time and does not seem to have any clear organization or purpose He refused to listen to their mad ramblings.
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ramblingsHe was sometimes irritated by what he saw as Blanche's deductive ramblings, her obsession with the power of reason.As Jung listened, her ramblings began to make sense.Donna didn't even bother to acknowledge his ramblings now, her mind was too occupied.He said they were the self-indulgent ramblings of a patches-on-the-elbow peasant, and who the hell did he think he was anyway?He had little time for flippancy or gossip, let alone the nostalgic ramblings of an ex-employee.Women who had long since stopped listening except to their own ossified ramblings.Could there possibly be any conceivable truth behind Pooley's ramblings?Through such ramblings we find out who we are.
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