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bimble

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bimble (plural bimbles)

  1. (chiefly UK) A gentle, meandering walk with no particular haste or purpose.

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bimble (third-person singular simple present bimbles, present participle bimbling, simple past and past participle bimbled)

  1. (chiefly UK, intransitive) To walk with no particular haste or purpose.
    • 2007, Paul Simon, "Surf, snow and city in one break," The Observer (UK), 28 Jan. (retrieved 18 Jan. 2009):
      Check-in ran like clockwork and after unpacking, we bimbled off to the cycle centre, hired two bikes and a kiddy trailer for the boys and set off to get our bearings.

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