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rambling

(of a plant, esp a rose) profusely climbing and straggling
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We passed a considerable period at Oxford, rambling among its environs and endeavouring to identify every spot which might relate to the most animating epoch of English history.
His work as an advocate was at first not very constant, and it left him plenty of time for long, rambling excursions or raids, as he used to call them, in different parts of Scotland and in the north of England.
At last her ramblings ceased altogether, and her countenance began to clear--a welcome sight to Tom, who had learned her moods, and knew she was on the threshold of good humor now.
Such are his loose and rambling modes of thought that he has taken this very singular step with the consciousness of a purpose, indeed, but without being able to define it sufficiently for his own contemplation.
It is very curious to watch this harem and its lord in their indolent ramblings.
I find the best bit of kit for pruning roses of all kinds, and rambling ones in particular, is a good pair of gloves.
Rambling Farage can't be serious SURELY I'm not the only Birmingham Mail reader who is finding the bizarre ramblings of Nigel Farage difficult to take seriously?
A committee meeting was held once in a while, These went on endlessly which to many did rile, As some people seemed to get carried away, Rambling on and on with no useful things to say.
Spokesman Wendy Hockney said: "The club was formed in 1907 as the Huddersfield CHA Rambling and Reading Club and, after a few name changes, in 2000 it became the Huddersfield CHA Walking and Social Club.
PRUNE climbing and rambling roses if they have finished flowering now.
Among the highlights will be Xanthe Gresham and Nick Hennessey telling of Morgana le Fey and medieval misogyny; Christine Cooper telling of the Battle of the Trees and Ceri Rhys Matthews who will be rambling through stories and tunes from the Welsh Landscape.
KITTED out from head to toe The Rambling Club's ready to go Our number stands at twenty three We're all great friends, my pals and me We meet up early, keen to start, We gather outside The Horse and Cart.