amble definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To go gradually or leisurely; stroll.
    • to maneuver along at a straightforward gait by utilizing both feet on a single part alternatively with both on the other. Applied of a horse.
    • going at easy gait labeled as an amble; -- placed on the horse or even its rider.
    • to go significantly like an ambling horse; to go easily or without hard bumps.
  • noun:
    • An unhurried or leisurely stroll.
    • a simple gait, especially that of a horse.
    • An unhurried leisurely stroll or stroll.
    • An easy gait, specially that a horse (as above).
    • A peculiar gait of a horse, in which both legs on the same part tend to be relocated at precisely the same time, alternating with all the legs on the other hand.
    • A movement just like the amble of a horse.
    • A peculiar gait of a horse or like animal, which both feet on one part are relocated on top of that; for this reason, simple movement; gentle rate. Also referred to as speed (which see).
    • a leisurely walk (usually in certain public destination)
  • verb:
    • To stroll or walk gradually and leisurely.
    • Of a horse: to move along with both feet using one part, then others.
    • walk leisurely
  • others:
    • to go using the strange rate of a horse with regards to initially lifts the 2 feet on a single part, and then both on the other side; ergo, to move effortlessly and gently, without hard shocks.
    • To ride an ambling horse; trip at a simple speed.
    • Figuratively, to move affectedly.

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