pedestrian

[ puh-des-tree-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF pedestrian

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PEDESTRIAN

The pedestrian alone, of all travellers, is thus taken by the hand by Fortune.

If Captain Anthony (Roderick) had been a pedestrian it would have been sufficient; but he was not.

Every other pedestrian seemed to be a soldier; every other vehicle contained a uniform.

But surely it is rather the pedestrian who needs this armour?

It began when a pedestrian got hit by a cab in New York City.

As much must be said of the Beetles well-equipped for pedestrian escape.

There is not a paved street in it, or even a foot-path for a pedestrian.

Words may come, but they are words, hard and stiff-necked and pedestrian.

He was, first of all, a pedestrian, and only in the second place a political author.

They walked on a pedestrian way in the middle of the street.

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