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Synonyms for ramble

Synonyms for ramble

to move about at random, especially over a wide area

to turn aside, especially from the main subject in writing or speaking

an act of walking, especially for pleasure

Synonyms for ramble

an aimless amble on a winding course

continue talking or writing in a desultory manner

move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment

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Band Crocodelia performing at the indoor Temple Stage (Photo Courtesy of Tiger Mountain Ramble)
Best feet forward There was a good turnout on both days of the ramble
The 15th Annual Hudson River Valley Ramble will take place over four weekends in September and will feature an extraordinary assortment of programs, from guided nature walks and challenging hikes, bike rides, and paddles, to living history events, family-fun festivals, and arts and culture experiences.
During the ramble, sections of the novel are read at various places around the city.
Ramble On is the southern most prospect within a trend of prospects and leads that have been identified using the 2012 Zeppelin 3D seismic survey and the older Onnia 3D survey which has been reprocessed using the same processing stream used in the Zeppelin survey.
Jolly Ramble made a hash of the break and as a consequence struggled to get a clear run.
All-ability ramble to Llyn Llydaw in 2011 The four-mile ramble starts and finishes at Penmaenpool and will be led by National Park warden Rhys Gwyn.
A third admitted they have managed to get themselves lost on a ramble, with 50% saying they have been caught out in the countryside while wearing the wrong footwear and 26% have worn the wrong clothes.
John had decided that he and his family would take part in a sponsored ramble last year to raise funds so that the Shatila camp girls could perform a play at North East venues, which proved to be an outstanding success.
Part travel guide, part travelogue, all fun, Ramble: A Field Guide To The U.S.A.
Sure, this writer is biased, but "Ramble" is not your ordinary travel book.
Hurley was all smiles and one-sentence answers with a crying son on his lap, and Watt just rambled in that way only Watt can ramble. Most people just wanted to thank the guys, and not a few young chaps with mall-bought punk gear came up with posters to be signed.
It lacks the coherence of Naipaul's earlier nonfiction and is more ramble than essay, full of chance encounters and long, breezy interviews with catfish farmers, waitresses, motel clerks, writers, and especially preachers, for whom Naipaul has always had a nose.