Definition of "shambling" [sham•bling]

  • Present participle of shamble. (verb)
  • Who walks while dragging or shuffling the feet. (adjective)
  • An awkward, irregular gait. (noun)

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Use "shambling" in a sentence
  • "Hell, if the characters know to call the shambling undead 'zombies' (and they do), then they ought to have the good sense to aim high."
  • "Bill Clinton's first years in office are typically described as shambling, unfocused seminars and late-night bull sessions, with flurries of activity, lots of games of hearts and little discipline."
  • ""Bill represents a kind of shambling irony; he's heroic and disreputable at the same time," says his friend and fellow Ghostbuster Harold Ramis, who directed "Groundhog Day.""