[ US /ˈæmbjəˌɫeɪt/ ]
  1. walk about; not be bedridden or incapable of walking
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How To Use ambulate In A Sentence

  • circumambulate
  • Mother with her toddler perambulated the infant in tow.
  • First he circumambulated to the right, then he worshipped the teacher's lotus feet with flowers made of jewels. Kalachakra Initiations by His Holiness the Dalai Lama
  • You all studiously circumambulate this elephant in the room. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • They offer him a bargain price for as much land as he can circumambulate in a day, and he walks on and on, taking in more and more rich grasslands and damp, fertile hollows. Greed R.I.P. (For Now)
  • According to traditions, the selectmen are required by law to perambulate the bounds every five years.
  • When the middle child married, and he was the only one of the three to do so, he brought his bride to reside in the tenement above the Orchard Street tailor shop, where, tilting first to one side and then the other (they ambulated more erratically than Can o" Beans), the Cohens daily performed their crab dance of life. Skinny Legs and All
  • He responded with a litany of places been and people seen and red carpets perambulated, of yachts boarded and eminent names placed next to him at fancy dinners. Resurrected by the Wrath of Liz Smith
  • We walked barefoot and circumambulated the outer walls of the temple.
  • Unlike the Tuilleries, the Luxembourg is where Parisians go to perambulate. What to Do in Paris / Que faire a Paris? - French Word-A-Day
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