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1. He began to ramble, his head throbbing.
2. Forever about these, to others, he’d ramble.
3. Paul realized he had allowed himself to ramble.
4. But, above all, he loved to ramble in the woods.
5. Then he started to ramble on hysterically again.
6. In that case, I'll ramble on a little more, Monica.
7. AND I APOLOGISE IN ADVANCE COS IT'S A BIT OF A RAMBLE.
8. Alfred wished Alan would just let her ramble about that.
9. I couldn't hear her ramble on again with her usual sex talk.
10. Our minds ramble from the past, to the present, to the future.
11. She starts to ramble, Watson worked here for a while as mistress.
12. He’d been wearing the shirt last night, in the bushes near the Ramble.
13. Because Samantha had so little to offer, she was content to let him ramble.
14. Denver sat across from him watching the face before him contort and ramble.
15. He can only make out bits and pieces of the sobbing ramble against his chest.
16. Snow had been falling steadily all around the Ramble that night in Woodstock.
17. All I remember her saying as she continued to ramble on is that Avery recognized me.
18. There you are beginning again to ramble, to talk again and again of the past! But what is.
19. Eventually, Drew started to ramble on about anything just to break the embarrassing silence.
20. I sometimes ramble on and on about everything biology-related, so just stop me if I get boring.
21. In our walk along the moor: you told me to ramble where I pleased, while you sauntered on with Mr.
22. The moors, where you ramble with him, are much nicer; and Thrushcross Park is the finest place in the world.
23. A casual encounter during some country ramble it certainly had been, and he was not greatly curious about it.
24. Also Jenny Savill, my agent, and Alexa von Hirschberg, who between them turned this from a long ramble into a story.
25. After listening to me ramble on for ages about the baby and Dena and Egan, Patty finally had the chance to tell me her news.
26. The actress’s ramble was becoming hysterical, the conflicting emotions in her head and the confusion of the unanswered why.
27. That was just one ramble she went on while telling him about castle life while the streetcar rumbled back up the Southeast Khume.
28. But I cannot consent that the native blood of this country shall be profusely wasted to protect aliens born, wherever they may ramble.
29. He was waiting and she had spent an hour listening to him ramble about how she should have been there when he had something to tell her.
30. My feet were very used to this trail; I could easily ramble in any part of the school without taking the trouble of focusing on the way.
31. As soon as the bombardment finished the whistles went and we set off on our country ramble with our rifles and bayonets held at high port.
32. Hackbutt rubbed the back of one hand with the palm of the other held against her chest, and let her eyes ramble over the pattern on the rug.
33. So she listened to her husband and daughter ramble effortlessly ahead of her and watched them as participants onstage from her seat in the audience.
34. Yeah, I said, recalling those times when he was so willing to listen to me ramble on and on for hours and hours about everything under the sun.
35. He had been prepared for a bit of a ramble about old times with Mother Imelda and then a casual question about the improbable possibility of his parents.
36. What else should I ramble on about? There is so much going on in this story that even I am still at a lost to fully understand the ramifications and where this can go.
37. Butterflies in great tosses of confetti leaped from the deeps of the forest to ramble drunkenly on the air, their thousand torn shadows following over grass and water.
38. Are you both going to ramble on about your inappropriate and inconsiderate greeting or are we going to introduce ourselves as it should be done and have a little chat.
39. She heard the Captain murmur something else and the Ensign ramble into a long spiel that Fern could make no sense of, no matter how acutely she tried to attune her ears.
40. I let him ramble till he'd run out of worries, nodded seriously, told him I was keener than him to maintain a low profile, was grateful for his honesty, and considered his suggestions very wise.
41. This 20th of March was a beautiful spring day, and when her father had retired, my young lady came down dressed for going out, and said she asked to have a ramble on the edge of the moor with me: Mr.
42. This twentieth of March was a beautiful spring day, and when her father had retired, my young lady came down dressed for going out, and said she asked to have a ramble on the edge of the moor with me: Mr.
43. It was late before the Miss Bertrams and the two gentlemen came in, and their ramble did not appear to have been more than partially agreeable, or at all productive of anything useful with regard to the object of the day.
44. Unsure of the exact nature of the comment and the edge in her tone, Wickland remained silent in anticipation of further details that were apparently forthcoming as the widow’s mind continued to wander and ramble aimlessly.
45. I didn’t want to interrupt Luke’s chattering about the football game last night, that would be rude and ‘unladylike’ as my gramma Stokes used to say, so I let him ramble and within about a half a minute, the thing was gone.
46. I mean sometimes I’ll call it break dancing out of habit but that is really a term the media came up with for B-boying or breakin’ but it doesn’t really matter to me as long as someone can rock the floor, I said as I started to ramble out of nerves.
47. Hester felt herself, in some indistinct and tantalizing manner, estranged from Pearl; as if the child, in her lonely ramble through the forest, had strayed out of the sphere in which she and her mother dwelt together, and was now vainly seeking to return to it.
48. The smell of that buttered toast simply talked to Toad, and with no uncertain voice; talked of warm kitchens, of breakfasts on bright frosty mornings, of cozy firesides on winter evenings, when one's ramble was over and slippered feet were propped on the stool; of the purring of contented cats, and the twitter of sleepy canaries.
49. The smell of that buttered toast simply talked to Toad, and with no uncertain voice; talked of warm kitchens, of breakfasts on bright frosty mornings, of cosy parlour firesides on winter evenings, when one's ramble was over and slippered feet were propped on the fender; of the purring of contented cats, and the twitter of sleepy canaries.
50. On an afternoon in October, or the beginning of November—a fresh watery afternoon, when the turf and paths were rustling with moist, withered leaves, and the cold blue sky was half hidden by clouds—dark grey streamers, rapidly mounting from the west, and boding abundant rain—I requested my young lady to forego her ramble, because I was certain of showers.
51. On an afternoon in October, or the beginning of November---a fresh watery afternoon, when the turf and paths were rustling with moist, withered leaves, and the cold, blue sky was half hidden by clouds---dark grey streamers, rapidly mounting from the west, and boding abundant rain---I requested my young lady to forego her ramble, because I was certain of showers.
52. I endeavoured to crush these fears and to fortify myself for the trial which in a few months I resolved to undergo; and sometimes I allowed my thoughts, unchecked by reason, to ramble in the fields of Paradise, and dared to fancy amiable and lovely creatures sympathizing with my feelings and cheering my gloom; their angelic countenances breathed smiles of consolation.
53. The governor, the majordomo, and the carver went aside with him, and, unheard by his sister, asked him how he came to be in that dress, and he with no less shame and embarrassment told exactly the same story as his sister, to the great delight of the enamoured carver; the governor, however, said to them, In truth, young lady and gentleman, this has been a very childish affair, and to explain your folly and rashness there was no necessity for all this delay and all these tears and sighs; for if you had said we are so-and-so, and we escaped from our father's house in this way in order to ramble about, out of mere curiosity and with no other object, there would have been an end of the matter, and none of these little sobs and tears and all the rest of it.
54. To ramble about the house and barn and over the fields once more,.
1. I just heard words and rambling.
2. He went rambling round her house.
3. He is rambling and we both know it.
4. The Rambling Speech of an Old Man.
5. She pointed at the sea of rambling fowl.
6. He jumped onto the ledge, still rambling.
7. Thomas interrupted his friend’s rambling.
8. Elandria frowned at his nonsensical rambling.
9. My story is rambling enough after all these years.
10. It was a rambling building near a railroad track.
11. They were rambling and mazy, and ancient-looking.
12. Perhaps—perhaps-The men came rambling into the.
13. Rafael, who had struggled to fol ow this rambling.
14. Demuesy and family in a large, rambling ranch house.
15. Harmonia said, rambling as she activated crystal sets.
16. It's just my father and I in this rambling old place.
17. She’d been rambling a bit, but what had she said?
18. His nervous rambling is interrupted when she puts her.
19. Courtney looked at him, out of breath from her rambling.
20. You can’t put too much stock in his rambling nonsense.
21. Mother was rambling from the start of the obtuse conversation.
22. Before long they were out in the rambling lowlands approaching.
23. With nothing but her own rambling thoughts to keep her company.
24. The building was a rambling two story, with huge playing fields.
25. This has nothing to do with you, and I have no time for rambling.
26. The building was a rambling old hangleaf with a good second floor.
27. Tim’s rambling monologue, she thought it was probably good for.
28. Those tales have a way of growing into rambling legends rather than news.
29. Monica, rambling on about the flood whenever you have problems of your own.
30. I could hear him rambling on but it seemed to come from miles off as he said.
31. He rose again for some Holy Scripture and a rambling, somber thought or two.
32. He was peering down at her with great excitement, rambling on about something.
33. So, we have an alliance? Nelvana asked, interrupting his nervous rambling.
34. Rambling thoughts like this are briefly possible in the company of others, but.
35. He went on rambling about why he had sold his car rather than drive it to Durban.
36. The result was a rambling, hard to follow mish-mash (as I can see from hindsight).
37. As they passed a rambling green clapboard house, a little black girl posted on the.
38. The homestead however was the pick of the place…it was rambling and spacious and.
39. He suggested this not unkindly; and I could hear them rambling on as they moved away.
40. My father is Italian so… her voice trailed off as she realized she was rambling.
41. He turned his head to capture my mouth in a kiss but my rambling thoughts interrupted.
42. The object of her unsubtle surveillance is unshaven and rambling, singing to himself.
43. Before she could open her mouth with a good excuse, the old man began rambling again.
44. Jess … I’m afraid I’ll have to terminate this interview if you continue rambling.
45. His leisurely movements and rambling manner of speech were a real test of my patience.
46. There came a confused silence after my convoluted rambling, but I kept up a confident.
47. His rambling pleas came to a halt as he fearfully swallowed down his latest calls for mercy.
48. The priest was still hovering about the small hovel; he was still rambling, but now no words.
49. Their rambling apartment on Fifth Avenue overlooked Central Park and was practically deserted.
50. It seemed to me as though he were constantly rambling from the point to talk of something else.
51. His talk became ten times as incoherent and rambling as soon as he reached this part of the story.
52. These dungeons are about the most rambling spread-out maze of underground caves I've ever known!.
53. When I was rambling on about Emma as a child … Molly commented on how lucky I was to have a grandson.
54. One cannot fix one's eyes on the commonest natural production without finding food for a rambling fancy.
55. We quitted London on the 27th of March and remained a few days at Windsor, rambling in its beautiful forest.
56. From a distance the grown structure rambling across the mountaintop can’t be distinguished from the forest.
57. Alec was flailing about, rambling while the little red imp hovered over him, an inquisitive look on its face.
58. Secondly, they received five letters in just one week, all rambling missives about wanting to see Norma Jeane.
59. During these days, in a rambling, inconclusive way, I thought much of the curate and of the manner of his death.
60. Of course, Lady Jane said politely though the tone indicated her displeasure with her husband’s rambling.
61. As Ronald Reagan begins his closing remarks, his rambling, disjointed speech does what Walter Mondale refuses to do.
62. As expected, Sirhan’s rambling confessions and withdrawals only serve to confuse everyone, including the prosecution.
63. Crisis! How to combine two violent careers, that of passion-disheveled actress and that of anxiously rambling ram?
64. On a clear and otherwise still night, Menachem held his hand up during one of my long and rambling recollections about home.
65. The only thing she was hearing right then was Jim; rambling on about finding the Will and how it would solve their problems.
66. Now Zoran found himself rambling on about the danger posed by not knowing the traditionally allowed behaviors of their hosts.
67. Lunch was a sandwich and after, long, rambling walks in the woods where she dug for ginseng, morels, fiddle heads and other herbs.
68. If the rambling structure was artless, the woodcraft was solid, notched with admirable precision and each joint miraculously fitted.
69. I sounded so lame, rambling toward incoherence, that I wouldn’t have been surprised if they’d wanted to test my blood-alcohol level.
70. The rambling voice got lost in a maze of tenses as Twoflower ran along the dead tunnels, with the dragon loping along easily behind him.
71. They cannot be out here all by themselves! She was becoming anxious and she always started rambling when she worried about something.
72. To see him, I should say, that instead of rambling with his sweetheart on the hills, he ought to be in bed, under the hands of a doctor.
73. This produced another long discussion, in the course of which a very tall, thin man who had a harsh, metallic voice gave a long rambling.
74. Long, rambling punch bowl-like formations with gradual slopes up the right side of the formation are not what we are looking for in a POD.
75. The setting sun cast a warm glow on the countryside as the fields gave way to a rambling town leading all the way to the walls of Stonegard.
76. However, she'll suit this house so much the better for not being over nice, and I'll take care she does not disgrace me by rambling abroad.
77. There were not many who paid attention to his apocalyptic talk, for the town was convinced that the priest was rambling be-cause of his age.
78. Knume goes out for a hunt once or twice a year, after nyobba or lenta, not theirops, was what Desa answered but Alan kept rambling over it.
79. The hotel was a rambling collection of single storey wooden huts or dormitories for men and for women, strange to Jean but comfortable enough.
80. However, she’ll suit this house so much the better for not being over nice, and I’ll take care she does not disgrace me by rambling abroad.
81. He pulled up to the house three doors down, a beautiful rambling structure constructed in the 30's art deco style, and closed and locked the car.
82. She dropped her bucket when she saw Jack and Carlson, started rambling fast and insidiously in her native language as she ran to them, grabbing them.
83. Pardon me for rambling on, but all that gives us a strategy for our great changes; the creation of universal happiness and the elimination of evil.
84. Rodolphe, who, to distract himself, had been rambling about the wood all day, was sleeping quietly in his chateau, and Leon, down yonder, always slept.
85. Donald, in a rambling polemic, accused her of incompetence, bullying methods, having no control over her underlings and trying to ruin the local economy.
86. Still thinking out loud, sort of rambling on about what I see in man, in comparison to this crawly thing, and then I asked the question, expecting no reply.
87. Halfway to the rambling stone house, severe in its lines, yet fine and homelike, quaintly resembling its owner, as a man’s house always should, he paused.
88. His talk was rather highflown and rambling, but very sincere ; there was a sort of intense exaltation in it, as though he really were delighted at my coming.
89. It would be a four day ride, through various safe and unsafe territories to the Craymoor mountain range, a rambling chain that ran through the heart of Tuatha.
90. The day being wet, she could not divert herself with rambling about the park; so, at the conclusion of her morning studies, she resorted to the solace of the drawer.
91. I once asked Jerry Scheff what people in the audience made of it when, later in his career, Elvis went into rambling introductions and fits of uncontrollable laughter.
92. From down the alley, Sound had stepped into the faint light, his hands held high in the air, rambling on about not having a clue to what the officer was referring to.
93. Then the love-thoughts of the heart clothed themselves simply and naturally as the heart conceived them, nor sought to commend themselves by forced and rambling verbiage.
94. We’d bought a rambling two-story farmhouse on three acres that was at least a hundred years old that I was completely in love with, along with all the history it represented.
95. She was screaming at the vice president, rambling on about babies being sold into slavery in the Sudan; AIDS killing millions in Africa; corporate war crimes in Iraq and Syria.
96. We passed a considerable period at Oxford, rambling among its environs and endeavouring to identify every spot which might relate to the most animating epoch of English history.
97. Yes an evil war so evil and all my lodgers have gone yes gone now why have they gone? She was rambling a bit by now and I wondered if seeing me had some how set her back.
98. He heard Mike say good night and did not answer, but fixed his eyes upon the two-story building where rambling clusters of crimson Martian flowers lay upon the high crystal roof.
99. He started talking about how beautiful the lightning was in the clouds, and then started sort of rambling on about using the light to watch different types of insects scurry away.
100. That rambling train of information that had been careening down the track, screaming ahead into the dark with no light at the front of his engine had finally come into the station.
1. Nurse rambled on.
2. She rambled richly.
3. He rambled about the.
4. For twenty more minutes, the four rambled on.
5. My thoughts rambled while I rode the underground.
6. As he rambled on, her frustration blocked him out.
7. Joey stopped his rambled thinking and got to work.
8. They rambled on in Polish laughing intermittently.
9. Meanwhile, multiple thoughts and scenarios rambled within.
10. Guaranteed she would have rambled just like the specialist.
11. Figure drawing is extremely challenging, I rambled on.
12. I rambled on, asking one rhetorical question after the other.
13. Pam rambled on as she abruptly got up, tossed the coffee in.
14. Petrified shrubs rambled here and there in sprawling zigzags.
15. Beth was behind the wheel when the Customs guy rambled through.
16. Shoop’s patience was running out, but stil the man rambled on.
17. She opened her mouth and rambled on about a corpse she had found.
18. He was feverish and rambled on about being hit by a boat propeller.
19. I used to see him around when I went up top, Kemberra rambled.
20. As he rambled, Phoebe eased into the courtroom and sat beside Annette.
21. I carefully kept my face flat and nodded some more as Kestrel rambled on.
22. He rambled feebly about 'historical events' till I felt I could have a cry.
23. He was very old and seemed in poor health and rambled on for forty-five minutes.
24. He’d rambled on about his dead wife Daphne, claiming how no man ever loved a.
25. The old master rambled on excitedly for the rest of the day and most of the evening.
26. The man rambled in the background moving dirt to and fro with a broom as sparse of.
27. Emma tried to ignore the cat as he rambled on but he just kept on talking right over Lucy.
28. As we traveled to Fredericksburg, Marcus rambled on and on about his rules and regulations.
29. I rambled further away from the noise, away from the devastation, and slumped against a tree.
30. Over the next few hours we were completely under the influence of the weed and rambled incoherently.
31. We thought of Tdeshi as her mother, Jorma rambled, we were going to investigate her together.
32. I rambled round the hamlet, going sometimes to a little distance and returning again, for an hour or more.
33. While her tongue rambled on Gabriel tried to banish from his mind all memory of the unpleasant incident with Miss Ivors.
34. So as we continued walking we rambled about James’ love for the Father and our love for James; and of course the Father also.
35. Had SCHW instead rambled higher, slowly climbing up the right side of the punchbowl, it would likely not have had a sharp break off the peak.
36. He rambled on about the travels of Hudson, Frobisher, Franklin, and Rae, and he mixed it with the great debate over the first to reach the North Pole.
37. And you have us so if there's anyone there that doesn't like you- not that anyone wouldn't like you! I mean your great! he rambled on like that while Sammi stared at him blankly.
38. They had rambled round by a road which led to the well-known ruins of the Cistercian abbey behind the mill, the latter having, in centuries past, been attached to the monastic establishment.
39. I rambled on about cotton and blow dryers to distract myself from his state of clothing, and he laughed as I proceeded to furiously rub the water out of his hair with the Mickey Mouse tee I had picked up.
40. On moonlit nights he seldom slept, because of the immense joy of life that pervaded him, and instead of sleeping, he sometimes rambled in the garden till daylight, absorbed in his thoughts and phantasies.
41. There were women weeping around; I hung over it and joined my sad tears to theirs; all this time no distinct idea presented itself to my mind, but my thoughts rambled to various subjects, reflecting confusedly on my misfortunes and their cause.
42. Since the latter rambled from her side, another inmate had been admitted within the circle of the mother's feelings, and so modified the aspect of them all, that Pearl, the returning wanderer, could not find her wonted place, and hardly knew where she was.
43. You’re a little late, aren’t you? Isn’t this supposed to be delivered first thing in the morning? While it is morning, it most certainly is not first thing, Ackers rambled, trying to get some sort of information out of the paper boy while confusing him at the same time.
44. It was the private property of three confederate white seamen of that ship, one of whom, it seems, communicated it to Tashtego with Romish injunctions of secrecy, but the following night Tashtego rambled in his sleep, and revealed so much of it in that way, that when he was wakened he could not well withhold the rest.
45. And on their behalf he added that night a special prayer to the usual quarter of an hour's supplication before meat, and would have tacked another to the end of the grace, had not his young mistress broken in upon him with a hurried command that he must run down the road, and wherever Heathcliff had rambled, find and make him reenter directly!.
46. And on their behalf he added that night a special prayer to the usual quarter-of-an-hour’s supplication before meat, and would have tacked another to the end of the grace, had not his young mistress broken in upon him with a hurried command that he must run down the road, and, wherever Heathcliff had rambled, find and make him re-enter directly!.
47. Sometimes, having had a surfeit of human society and gossip, and worn out all my village friends, I rambled still farther westward than I habitually dwell, into yet more unfrequented parts of the town, "to fresh woods and pastures new," or, while the sun was setting, made my supper of huckleberries and blueberries on Fair Haven Hill, and laid up a store for several days.
48. I hardly ever failed, when I rambled through the village, to see a row of such worthies, either sitting on a ladder sunning themselves, with their bodies inclined forward and their eyes glancing along the line this way and that, from time to time, with a voluptuous expression, or else leaning against a barn with their hands in their pockets, like caryatides, as if to prop it up.
49. Sometimes I rambled to pine groves, standing like temples, or like fleets at sea, full-rigged, with wavy boughs, and rippling with light, so soft and green and shady that the Druids would have forsaken their oaks to worship in them; or to the cedar wood beyond Flint's Pond, where the trees, covered with hoary blue berries, spiring higher and higher, are fit to stand before Valhalla, and the creeping juniper covers the ground with wreaths full of fruit; or to swamps where the usnea lichen hangs in festoons from the white spruce trees, and toadstools, round tables of the swamp gods, cover the ground, and more beautiful fungi adorn the stumps, like butterflies or shells, vegetable winkles; where the swamp-pink and dogwood grow, the red alderberry glows like eyes of imps, the waxwork grooves and crushes the hardest woods in its folds, and the wild holly berries make the beholder forget his home with their beauty, and he is dazzled and tempted by nameless other wild forbidden fruits, too fair for mortal taste.
1. He's a kid, he rambles.
2. And you will have such nice rambles on the moors.
3. I hoped during our rambles together in the following.
4. He and Anne had delightful rambles to wood and field and shore.
5. Hitherto she had carefully avoided every companion in her rambles.
6. One more thing Doctor, was she supervised during her nocturnal rambles?
7. No---I have to scold them every evening for their late rambles: but they don't care for me.
8. Joris grins at me as the incomprehensible conversation between the man and Berndt rambles on.
9. We had been out for one of our evening rambles, Holmes and I, and had returned about six o'clock on a cold, frosty winter's evening.
10. My mind was off on unguarded scary rambles and I had to reel it in before the boulders started glowing or whispering to each other - or to me.
11. He rambles on about his day while I eat my curry, telling me about his piano pupils and how they vary from the keen and able to the keen and totally useless.
12. Stephen rambles on mentioning lots of other people and telling me a little about them until we arrive at the venue by which time I have forgotten most of what he has said.
13. In many happy morning walks and peaceful twilight rambles, I had made the acquaintance of every winding lane, every shaded avenue, every bosky dell and sunny glade for miles around.
14. Yet, whenever these rambles led me near peasants engaged at their work, all my ignoring of the existence of the common people did not prevent me from experiencing an involuntary, overpowering sensation of awkwardness; so that I always tried to avoid their seeing me.
15. In such moments of precious, invaluable misery, she rejoiced in tears of agony to be at Cleveland; and as she returned by a different circuit to the house, feeling all the happy privilege of country liberty, of wandering from place to place in free and luxurious solitude, she resolved to spend almost every hour of every day while she remained with the Palmers, in the indulgence of such solitary rambles.
16. Grief, and that together, transformed him into a complete hermit: he threw up his office of magistrate, ceased even to attend church, avoided the village on all occasions, and spent a life of entire seclusion within the limits of his park and grounds; only varied by solitary rambles on the moors, and visits to the grave of his wife, mostly at evening, or early morning before other wanderers were abroad.
17. It was after my return from one of these rambles that my father, calling me aside, thus addressed me,.

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