Examples of rambler in a Sentence
These roses are ramblers, so they will eventually cover the fence.
a rambler her whole life, my aunt is likely to send me a postcard from just about any corner of the world
Recent Examples of rambler from the Web
Not all local coyotes will turn out to be long-distance ramblers like No.
Her inspiration had been specific subcultures such as bicycle messengers and outdoor sports enthusiasts in cities like Portland, Ore.; Sydney, Australia; and Toronto — rambler wear mixed with occasional rave staples.
Nearby in Buckley, Washington, a 1979 custom brick rambler house sold with a sports court, in-ground pool, rec room, weight room and 5-foot-by-8-foot bomb shelter.
The four candidates hoping to be the Democrat to take him on in November have been casting the Republican incumbent as an out-of-touch ideologue while canvassing for votes in communities lined with brick rambler houses or towering McMansions.
At many times during a Loyola boys lacrosse game, seven of the 10 Ramblers on the field are committed to play for a Division I program, and of the college recruits, only two are seniors.
Authorities deemed the one-story rambler home unsafe and uninhabitable after the fire, the release said.
Through mergers, the company became American Motors in 1954, then dropped the Hudson name in 1957 while churning out Ramblers and Jeeps until the company was absorbed in turn by Chrysler.
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First Known Use of rambler
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Definition of rambler for English Language Learners
: a person who goes on long walks for pleasure
: a plant that grows up and over fences, walls, etc.
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