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1. Bimbled meaning Simple past tense and past participle of bimble.

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2. Synonyms for Bimbled include ambled, dandered, roamed, sauntered, strolled, wandered, moseyed, tootled, meandered and mooched

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3. This nigga was all Bimbled out.

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4. In the end, then, we just Bimbled about with half hearted plans each day.: A little later on that evening, I Bimbled into town to bank the cheque.: The course was in fine condition and as we Bimbled around, the weather was always wet and rainy so my bag cover went on.: We Bimbled through the town then had an ice cream near the boating lake before heading back to Burnham Market for a pre-dinner

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5. Bimbled meaning Simple past tense and past participle of bimble

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6. Synonyms for Bimbled include ambled, dandered, roamed, sauntered, strolled, wandered, moseyed, tootled, meandered and mooched

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7. We parked on the main road and Bimbled down to the steps and took these pictures… We were helpfully approached by a nice couple who welcomed us to Plymouth and took this photo of us

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8. The Repair Shop is a BBC series that has quietly Bimbled around the schedules since 2017

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9. She added: “I was medicated the whole time and kind of Bimbled along

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10. In fact, I Bimbled along quite happily in fourth or below for much of the time, with fifth saved only for the fastest stretches

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11. Through the rest, I have Bimbled and spun

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12. Took it easy and just Bimbled around

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13. So, just 26 hours away, but totally fabulous, we left Tuesday lunchtime & Bimbled down to Chinon getting there around 15h30 to visite Chateau de la Grille (and purchase some wine), then off to our TOTALLY FABULOUS chambre d’hôtes Relais Saint Maurice in Chinon, the owner is totally delightful & takes an ENORMOUS pride in his home, furnishing it extremely tastefully & with items only of the

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14. Great looking boat, best of it’s generation, fully Bimbled and ready to go! Rig#1: Mast: CST Australia

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15. Bimble (verb), (third-person singular simple present bimbles, present participle bimbling, simple past and past participle Bimbled), (chiefly Britain, intransitive): To walk with no particular haste or purpose

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16. On Sunday, we Bimbled around Spitalfields and Brick Lane

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17. We Bimbled into Hornsea late in the afternoon, Bridget was understandably tired, so we headed for the seafront for a rest

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18. At the mesa’s rim I scrambled through a broken band of cliffs with the nervousness of someone who wasn’t sure his balance worked, climbed gingerly onto the plateau, and then Bimbled onwards into the sea of golden-yellow grass that covers the top.

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19. We have Bimbled towards a climate catastrophe for decades, often referring to the old 'oil tanker' analogy that societal change of the required scale takes time

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20. I Bimbled along at a steady pace stopping to snap pictures along the way, it had started to drizzle a little, I shrugged it off and continued my canter

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21. Several years ago, in upstate NY, MzOz was my pillion as we Bimbled along rural dirt roads taking in the sights

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22. Fester just Bimbled in "The weather forecast is awful for tomorrow" "What does that mean?" asks Thunderthighs

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23. It was such a joy for him and I didn't want to rush him, but I really needed something to occupy myself whilst we Bimbled around twice a day

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24. We Bimbled along and it took just under an hour to walk from the car park to the other side of the tunnel and back

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25. उच्चारण गाइड: सीखिए Bimbled में अंग्रेजी का उच्चारण कैसे करें

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26. Bimbled अंग्रेजी अनुवाद.

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27. So we Bimbled along, never more than 3m apart and as most of you know there wasn’t a huge amount of life, well there would have been but it was hiding in the shallow water or out with the tide and waiting for it to turn with the large amount of food it would bring back in

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Dictionary

BIMBLED [ˈbimbəl]

VERB

  • walk or travel at a leisurely pace.
Synonyms: saunter . amble . wander . meander . ramble . dawdle . promenade . walk . putter . roam . traipse . perambulate . peregrinate .

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the plural of Bimble?

bimble (plural bimbles) (chiefly Britain) A gentle, meandering walk with no particular haste or purpose. Synonyms . stroll; Verb . bimble (third-person singular simple present bimbles, present participle bimbling, simple past and past participle bimbled) (chiefly Britain, intransitive) To walk with no particular haste or purpose.

Which is the best definition of the word bimble?

Wiktionary (0.00 / 0 votes)Rate this definition: 1 bimble (Noun)nA gentle, meandering walk with no particular haste or purpose. 2 bimble (Verb)nTo walk with no particular haste or purpose. More ...

Is Bimble a noun?

Bill S provided a verifiable example of ‘bimble’ as a noun from 1980. The word bimble, meaning ‘to move at a leisurely pace’, is sometimes said to have originated amongst British soldiers serving in the Falklands, and much of our early evidence supports this.

What does bimbled mean?

bimble (third-person singular simple present bimbles, present participle bimbling, simple past and past participle bimbled) (chiefly Britain, intransitive) To walk with no particular haste or purpose.