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  • v. continue talking or writing in a desultory manner


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  • All in all, it made Montoya’s blood boil, but he held his tongue and let the tired old man ramble on without learning much.


  • There was, however, a good time coming; and so, for the present, he allowed the Earl to ramble on about the sins of his brother George, and the want of all proper pedigree on the part of the new Dean of Kilfenora.

    Phineas Finn

  • Though Zoey prided herself in recognizing bull when she heard it, she’d let Luke ramble on and on — finding him incredibly fascinating all over again.



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