rambling


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Synonyms for rambling

Synonyms for rambling

Synonyms for rambling

spreading out in different directions

(of e.g. speech and writing) tending to depart from the main point or cover a wide range of subjects

of a path e.g.

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So it was, that the Rambling Club Spent the day inside the pub.
They called themselves Middlesbrough and District CHA and HF Rambling Club and their organisation had been set up to celebrate the joys of fellowship and walking outdoors.
There are rambling groups and walking opportunities all over the country and Ann's group takes in South Lanarkshire.
Rose Stevens - the 15-year-old appointed to the eco-role by the Assembly Government - teamed up with the Cardiff Rambling Group after the Walk4Life day on Sunday, which saw people across the UK pounding the pavements to promote healthy living.
3 : to grow or extend in many directions <a rambling vine>
The 22-ounce bottle was needed to allow sufficient room for both the massive flavor profile and the long, rambling text," he says.
Rambling Rutabaga is a service that will save you time and give you 20 days of healthy eating.
The Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges just happen to spread apart right there below, as they straddle the rambling East River and its fast ferries and cheery sailboats.
Violet Ellice was part of an 80-strong group from Coventry CHA Rambling Club who were enjoying their annual winter walking holiday in the picturesque town of Llandudno.
MUCH as I enjoy the regular Friday rambling feature of EJS he would appear to take his rambles through some secret paradise, which unfortunately is unknown to me, where the bridle paths, if not always straight and narrow, are at least there.
Members of the Newcastle Rambling Club are collecting their final Wish tokens from editions of the Chronicle, which this year has PS35,000 to split between worthy causes across the region.
NO, I'M NOT THE MP: Stuart Bell with his book Rambling On.
I spotted one of the old Birmingham Post rambling columns pinned up on the wall of a Warwickshire pub the other week, but the landlord spotted me trying to see what was on the back.
But as a character who spends an inordinate amount of time cooped up in his betting dungeon monitoring the progress of professional golfers, it was a bold decision to devote an entire Saturday afternoon to rambling around the Dorset countryside.
The Victorians developed a technique that was used for clematis and rambling roses that involved some short 30cm (1') high posts inserted in a grid fashion over a given area, with connecting wires so that your clematis or rambling rose could be trained on the wires to give a flat, horizontal display of flowers in season.