[ UK /ˈæmblɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈæmbɫɝ/ ]
  1. someone who walks at a leisurely pace
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  • Each gambler is subjected to a battery of psychological tests prior to the treatment program, and again at the completion of the program.
  • Learn about regular vs. high low strategies in stud poker in this free casino poker instructional video from our expert card player and professional casino gambler.
  • 'Th' Rambler fr'm Clare 'beautifully on what they call a pickle-e-o befure they sarved a rayplivin writ on him. Mr. Dooley: In the Hearts of His Countrymen
  • The law is predicted to bring benefits not just for ramblers but for the whole region by attracting more walkers and tourists.
  • The riders, known as scramblers, are illegally riding their motorbikes, quad bikes and scooters across Crane Park and are tearing up the ground in the process.
  • Jaworski says McNabb diminishes the impact of his inaccuracy by being an elite scrambler and rarely making stupid throws, and that was true even during his struggles.
  • This friend - who in an ironic twist of fate, appears in the film not as a gambler, but as the casino manager - would sneak down to the casino, after hours, and start playing with feverous intensity.
  • Bush the gambler is betting that he will come out looking like President Reagan, whose deficits bought economic reforms and a stronger national defense. The Budget Debate, IX, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • There was an element of ill luck, but every so often, as gamblers would tell us, long odds do come off.
  • Online gambling and spread-betting are now the highest risk areas of addiction for problem gamblers, according to a survey published yesterday. Times, Sunday Times
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