shamble|shambles in English
[sham·ble || 'ʃæmbl]
shuffle, clumsy stride, awkward gait
Use "shamble|shambles" in a sentence
1. This kitchen is a shambles!
2. Now it is merely a shambles.
3. His desk is a shambles.
4. The tired old man shambles.
5. My room is a shambles.
6. Our economy is in a shambles.
7. The economy is in a shambles.
8. Utter shambles, said one Tory candidate.
9. The economy is in a complete shambles.
10. It was a shambles last year.
11. Much around Lilly is in shambles.
12. Perhaps the supply closet is a shambles.
13. My house is in an absolute shambles.
14. The press conference was a complete shambles.
15. The ship's interior was an utter shambles.
16. We regard the band as a thorough shambles.
17. The government is in a shambles over Europe.
18. Shuffle and shamble indicate moving without lifting the feet completely off the ground.
19. He's made an absolute shambles of his career.
20. Your room is a shambles. Tidy it up!
21. The meeting was a shambles from start to finish.
22. I wake them up and we shamble along towards the Customs.
23. This student loans scheme has degenerated into open shambles.
24. The air was fetid, the room a shambles.
25. The fighting reduced the city to a shambles.