Examples of Amble
How can the foal amble if the horse and mare trot?
Trot mother, trot father, how should the foal amble?
If you urge the donkey on, you'll arrive late, if you let the donkey amble, you'll arrive early.
In Seal Beach, residents gather on the pier to sip coffee, watch the surfers, gossip, fish and amble in the sea breeze.
(Los Angeles Times - Tennis, )
Fresh (or maybe a bit worn out) from Green Man festival, Other Lives amble onto the stage as though they’ve ended up here by accident.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )
Matt Stanley and friend Andrew Flounders got a massive surprise when the adventurous animal interrupted their session near Amble in Northumberland.
(Daily Mail - Travel, )
MATCH ZONE: It is not often you see a true football great amble from a train station in the middle of the afternoon without anyone recognising him.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )
The RCMP investigation into the expense claims of at least two senators — Mike Duffy and Mac Harb — is code-named Project Amble, CBC News has learned.
(CBC News - Canada, )
Ancient tree stumps and logs, preserved by peat and sand, are now clearly visible along a 200 metre stretch of coastline at Low Hauxley near Amble, Northumberland (pictured).
(Daily Mail - Science, )
Viewers expecting a sedate amble around the UK railways with comedian Paul Merton were left a little shocked after the funnyman was asked to pleasure a salmon in the Highlands.
(Daily Mail - Femail, )
With Smilin’ Hank Burris readying to amble up another rung on the ladder, it’s only fitting that a bunch of old friends will be on hand watch, if not celebrate, along with him.
(The Vancouver Sun - Sports, )
A study commissioned by the National Trust also found that Britons slept more than half an hour longer after going for an amble along the beach than they did after a ramble inland.
(Daily Mail - Health, )
A peckish lioness (left) spent minutes trying to crack open a tortoise shell (top) after stumbling across it in a South African reserve, but the predator finally had to admit defeat and amble away.
(Daily Mail - News, )
The sweet smell of freshly made pralines provides an inviting aroma across the historic district, and horse-drawn carriages amble down streets carrying tourists to antebellum homes and manicured gardens.
(CNN - U.S. News, )
In their only scheduled debate before election day, the two Democrats vying for California’s open U.S. Senate seat clashed as much over personal style as policies in what was a frenzied and often caustic event compared with a campaign that has seemed to amble through a long, sleepy few months. ...
(Los Angeles Times - Football, )
Exhaustive at more than two hours, with rapid-fire narration from Sam Waterston over a cascade of animated graphics, text, photos, archival footage and interviews (with those still alive and long dead), even a die-hard movie lover or literature buff might wish Mulholland had slowed down to a tempered historical amble.
(Robert Abele in Los Angeles Times - Movies Now, )
Thanks to a reintroduction program in Arkansas during the 50s and 60s, hundreds of bears amble through the forests of southern Missouri, according to a new study by biologists, who warn that although the bear population is still small, outdoor recreationists and homeowners should take precautions in the Ozark forest to avoid attracting bears.
(Science Daily - News, )
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