Examples of shamble in a Sentence
He shambled into the room.
disconsolate and exhausted after losing the match, the wrestler shambled toward the locker room
Recent Examples of shamble from the Web
Fortunately, Pacino isn’t dialing things up in his big return to the screen—his detective Frank Keller is a charming, but shambling screw-up, a perfect noir hero in what amounts to a solid genre exercise.
Once the zombification spreads, the mayhem runs through Charleston's streets, providing a quaint frame to the usual scenes of shambling monsters chowing down on anyone who can't run fast enough.
In the title story, adman Bill Whitman — note the surname — dishes a contemplative collage of ex-wives and ex-friends, a resigned and almost free-associative appraisal of his shambled past.
His diffidence blends well with his shambling characterization and Ford’s unhurried tempo.
One approach is to adopt the mind of a tracker examining the scat of a shaggy, shambling woodland beast.
One might imagine that for the president, who has struggled to push his top priorities through over a shambling seven months in office, this would be cause for celebration and horn-tooting.
McConnell’s stiff, dry demeanor is worlds away from Trump’s shambling vulgarity—their histories and philosophies rhyme in curious ways.
The games were briefly interrupted on this evening when half the children peeled off to greet and hug a shambling 68-year-old who’d arrived with his wife.
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Origin and Etymology of shamble
First Known Use: 1717See Words from the same year
SHAMBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shamble for English Language Learners
: to walk in an awkward, unsteady way without lifting your feet very high off the ground
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