rambling

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rambling

  1. present participle of ramble

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rambling

  1. Of a speech: meandering, long and digressing.
  2. Confused and irregular; awkward.
    • 1859, Charles Dickens, The Haunted House:
      Except that the house had an immensely large rambling loft at top, I made no other discoveries.

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rambling (plural ramblings)

  1. A long meandering talk with no specific topic or direction.
    • 1941, Harold Sinclair, Years of Illusion (page 145)
      [] listening with great interest to Martha's ramblings about "The War."
  2. A gentle hike.

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