Definition of rambler in English:

rambler

Line breaks: ram|bler
Pronunciation: /ˈramblə
 
/

noun

1A person who walks in the countryside for pleasure: a ramblers' club
More example sentences
  • Together they shared a love of the countryside and were keen ramblers and fell walkers.
  • Mrs Rushworth also packs up walking equipment for ramblers and posts it on to their home address.
  • The land the ramblers walked across yesterday is owned by water company United Utilities.
Synonyms
walker, hiker, stroller, saunterer, wanderer, roamer, rover, drifter, traveller, wayfarer
2A straggling or climbing rose.
More example sentences
  • The vigorous climbers known as ramblers that flower in the spring only may be pruned after flowering.
  • Weeping standards of ramblers and climbers are lovely when grown correctly.
  • It comes in a variety of colors and styles, from ramblers to groundcovers.

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