English to Welsh Meaning of shamble - shamble


Shamble :
shamble

cigyddiaeth, siop gig

dynnu

shambleshambledtraed mochshambling
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Definitions of shamble in English
Noun(1) walking with a slow dragging motion without lifting your feet
Verb(1) walk by dragging one's feet
Examples of shamble in English
(1) Clips and graphics are stitched together with a droll, deadpan voiceover and often a declamatory musical score, though Moore's ursine baseball-capped form does not itself shamble into view until well into the film.(2) She turned and watched Alex shamble into the room.(3) Here are a few more for your brain to chew on, so shamble on over to your reading glasses, moan slightly, drool and then put them on and get ready to have your stereotypical costume that you were killed in get blown completely off!(4) he adopted a humorous apelike shamble(5) Granted, they still shamble , but it seems they've started to think, to use tools and to react to their environment.(6) Each January I pause, in my shamble toward senility, to honor some of the people, things and events I've written about in the previous 12 months.(7) It began its slow shamble towards the car, ignoring the headlights that cut through the fog in front of it and shone in its eyes.(8) Rae turned and saw a waiter, dressed in a clean blue uniform, shamble towards their table.(9) Dressed in rags, with haggard faces, Maddock watched them shamble by.(10) Fans are used to Young's laid-back stage presence, the hunched shoulders, eyes often masked by cap or hat, the trademark shamble and lurch.(11) The tunes still shamble and the lyrics still ramble.(12) A projection screen flickers into life and Hope Of The States shamble onstage in that endearingly scruffy way that seems rather at odds with their borderline-highbrow music.(13) After two minutes of stumbling, the song switches gears, grinding against itself before going for a brief jaunt, and then concluding with a reprisal of the introductory shamble .(14) The fact that they moved by relentlessly shambling along is part of what gave them a creepy effect.(15) An almost matronly St. John shambled out onto the Jane Mallett Theatre stage in a wrinkled pigeon-colored number that had to be one of the ugliest frocks to see stage lights this season.(16) A second later, a large woman shambled out into the darkness.
Related Phrases of shamble
Synonyms
Noun
1. shambling ::
shambling
2. shuffle ::
siffrwd
Verb
4. shuffle ::
siffrwd
5. drag one's feet ::
llusgo un o draed
6. lumber ::
lumber
7. totter ::
totter
8. dodder ::
llindro'r
9. hobble ::
hobble
10. limp ::
llipa
Antonyms
1. breeze ::
awel
2. coast ::
arfordir
3. glide ::
glide
4. slide ::
sleid
5. waltz ::
waltz
6. whisk ::
wisg
Different Forms
shamble, shambled, shambling
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