verb (used without object), shambled, shambling.
to walk or go awkwardly; shuffle.
a shambling gait.
(intransitive) to walk or move along in an awkward or unsteady way
an awkward or unsteady walk
adjective, Chiefly British Informal. 1. very disorganized; messy or confused: I’ve had a shambolic year, the worst ever. adjective 1. (informal) completely disorganized; chaotic
- Shambolic link
/sham-bol’ik link/ A Unix symbolic link, particularly when it confuses you, points to nothing at all, or results in your ending up in some completely unexpected part of the file system. [Jargon File]
noun 1. the painful feeling arising from the consciousness of something dishonorable, improper, ridiculous, etc., done by oneself or another: She was overcome with shame. 2. susceptibility to this feeling: to be without shame. 3. disgrace; ignominy: His actions brought shame upon his parents. 4. a fact or circumstance bringing disgrace or regret: The bankruptcy […]
adjective 1. modest or bashful. 2. showing shame: shamefaced apologies. adjective 1. bashful or modest 2. showing a sense of shame