Antonyms for ambled

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The old woodchuck saw him coming and ambled out to meet him.

She wheeled her horse, and, side by side, they ambled up the dusty road.

With a chuckle he ambled off to his wife, to be sent to some one else, and Drake bent to Nell.

He ambled up to Ross, who was busily shovelling in the earth.

And Pete dropped the mower and ambled up to the office-door.

So equipped he had ambled uninterestedly over to the Park across the way.

Pete ambled over the threshold and curled down by the stove.

He couldn't have ambled more than three blocks and have remained on the street.

Mason Winslow ambled to the big table for a cigarette, and Carl pursued him.

As Jimmy ambled away to look for some beetles, he chuckled and chuckled and chuckled.