perambulatory[ per-am-byuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF perambulatory
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In vain I strove to be registered among the 'hidden treasure' spirits, with the perambulatory privileges pertaining to the class.
She put her elbow on a couple of pickled gherkins that remained casually on the table after a perambulatory meal.
It mattered little who the girl of the moment might be, she could not hope to or even seek to hold his perambulatory affections.
An omnibus has always appeared to me, to be a perambulatory exhibition-room of the eccentricities of human nature.
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