n. (context chiefly British English) A gentle, meandering walk with no particular haste or purpose. vb. (context chiefly British intransitive English) To walk with no particular haste or purpose.
Usage examples of "bimble".
Something like this:fi0The Duke of Fortezza Quite frequently gets a Nimpulse to go blithering off on to the blind, But the Duchess starts bimbling And wambling and wimbling And threatens to wallop his ducal behind.