Definition of rambler in English:

rambler

Syllabification: ram·bler
Pronunciation: /ˈramb(ə)lər
 
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noun

1A person who walks for pleasure, especially in the countryside.
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
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.
3 another term for ranch house (see ranch).

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