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
Origin and Etymology of shamble
shamble bowed, malformed
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
SHAMBLE Defined for Kids
Definition of shamble for Students
: to walk in an awkward unsteady way
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