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noun as in person traveling on foot

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That creature threatened the goats until the biggest one butted him off the bridge, never to trouble pedestrians again.

They have blocked vehicle access, but pedestrians have managed to evade them.

The cellphone use among pedestrians has dovetailed insidiously with hyper-gentrification, Moss says.

Pedestrians mumbled that women in bright dresses and balaclavas jumping with guitars in Sochi streets must be drunk or insane.

You have to do all sorts of things to make a stream of pedestrians into an audience.

The principal street presents a bustling appearance, being much frequented by carriages, as well as pedestrians.

Keeping sharp lookout for skidding cars and unexpected pedestrians and street-car crossings and the like fully occupied Bud.

“Well, good-bye, then; off we go;” and with light hearts the boaters and the pedestrians parted.

Not far from the Sixty-fifth Street entrance of the Park he found a large hill and for a moment it was clear of pedestrians.

Some of the foot pedestrians are said to have been less reticent about the lamp-posts.


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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pedestrians, such as: stroller, walker, hiker, passerby, jaywalker, and ambler.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.