Thus do the ambulant images of God cloak their shackles proudly, and divert the judicious with their boastful shouts.
The encounter with these ambulant Highnesses had been fatal—Lansing now perceived it—to Mrs. Hicks's principles.
Once with the title stamped on his memory, the zealous Irishman might be trusted to become an ambulant advertizer.
Formerly people were content to paste them up; now they are ambulant.
And from every direction rose the vehement street calls of ambulant venders of the necessaries of Neapolitan life.
There is another class of ambulant merchant who is a frequenter of this most animated of Tunis native quarter.
At first it occurred to me that it might be an ambulant dog-kennel, to receive the hounds on their return.
In Fig. 76 an ambulant secretary or public writer is seated at his little table, on which are the meager tools of his trade.
Thus we describe certain cases as ambulant, abortive, larval and fulminant.
Fifth Avenue had been an ambulant Louvre of young mistresses, not of old masters.
ambulant am·bu·lant (ām'byə-lənt)
Moving or walking about.