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ram·bling

 (răm′blĭng)
adj.
1. Often or habitually roaming; wandering.
2. Extended over an irregular area; sprawling: a large rambling country estate.
3. Lengthy and digressive: a rambling speech.

ram′bling·ly adv.

ramblingly

(ˈræmblɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a rambling manner
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Adv.1.ramblingly - in a rambling manner
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River bank and castle top are linked by a cable car, a ride that skims over the rooftops of the ramblingly atmospheric old town.
Ramblingly spacious with a variety of shops of all sorts for the convenience of out-of-towners, it offers comfort food as well as "finds" young ladies will not see in other malls; its supermarket is super in size and range of goodies; its busy, bustling bakery is the spot to stop for a quick snack while you wait for the sun to be blocked by clouds so your car parked outside will not feel like an oven when you open it.
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