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1. We went for a ramble over the moors.
2. She's getting old and she tends to ramble a bit.
3. I love to ramble through the fields and lanes in this part of the country.
4. There's plenty to discover as you ramble around this little island.
5. This is the best season for a ramble in the suburbs.
6. In a ten-page ramble, Barre explains why he wrote the book.
7. We go for a ramble through the woods every Saturday.
8. Dean Wilford tends to ramble when he speaks.
9. Followed by an afternoon family ramble.
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10. Ramble Two was over very familiar terrain.
11. She loved to ramble, too, and we were always glad when she could join with us.
12. I ramble over to a grove of eucalyptus trees, where the local H club used to keep its beehives.
13. Rail ramble: Richmondshire Ramblers' next outing will include a trip on the Settle-Carlisle railway.
14. I suspect that the couscous made me ramble, but he listened with absolute intentness, interrupting only to ask questions.
15. The hotel also offers a free guided ramble every week.
16. His thirty-minute ramble was greatly appreciated by all present, as it enabled many to sleep off their pre-meal excess of Nettles.
17. I sat down and let him ramble on for a few minutes.
18. My favorite ramble is the nine-mile hike to West Potrero Road.
19. Collision detection is a key technique in virtual ramble.
20. Speakers who ramble are almost inevitably bores.
21. Do not ramble or your interviewer could lose interest.
22. We went for a ramble through the woods.
23. I won't ramble on about that.
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25. The family made the amazing find while on a nature ramble in the woods.
26. I quite like the idea of going for a ramble one weekend.
27. He had lost track of what he was saying and began to ramble.
28. I was told to weaken my left-hand grip and the game became a sort of nature ramble.
29. When you're all set, click the Start button in the Recording Controls option and ramble away!
30. The trouble is once Dad gets started on a subject, he tends to ramble.
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