Shamble



noun
1.
shambles, (used with a singular or plural verb)

a slaughterhouse.
any place of carnage.
any scene of destruction:
to turn cities into shambles.
any scene, place, or thing in disorder:
Her desk is a shambles.

2.
British Dialect. a butcher’s shop or stall.
verb (used without object), shambled, shambling.
1.
to walk or go awkwardly; shuffle.
noun
2.
a shambling gait.
verb
1.
(intransitive) to walk or move along in an awkward or unsteady way
noun
2.
an awkward or unsteady walk

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