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

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A roaring wind was blowing up the river, and the wash of the waves was rocking the Rambler unpleasantly.
This cannot always be true; but, if it were, the Rambler is by far the greatest miscreant who ever infested society.
“She certainly will if that Dorothy Perkins rambler rose gets busy as it ought to,” decided Roger.
"Perhaps so," said the Rambler, without one indication on his features that he was either frightened or moved by the suggestions.
THE COWARDHENRY MORFORD
They swung the Rambler over to the north side of the bar and anchored.
The man Brent, who came on board the Rambler at Cairo, would have killed me had he found me there.
I was once shut up for a week of snowstorms in a mountain inn, with the 'Rambler' and one other publication.
Then the mattresses were hauled alongside the Rambler and a considerable part of the cargo of the boat was put out on them.
He opened the Rambler, of which she was particularly fond, and began to read.
MACARIAAUGUSTA JANE EVANS WILSON
There were no signs of human life anywhere except on board the Rambler.

WORDS RELATED TO RAMBLER

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