promenading[ prom-uh-neyd, -nahd ]SEE DEFINITION OF promenading
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This style of promenading has been instituted by the young lovers of Southern towns.
She did not hear the noises of the streets, nor see the promenading crowds.
She was promenading on your arm in the hotel-garden, which was lit up in her honour.
He was promenading the room before the picture-jury frowning on him.
No, to-day, while we were promenading; and I should hear him sing, he said.
Now I searched for him among the promenading figures, and missed him.
The young seamen entered the arcade, in which many people were promenading.
Say, I don't care much about promenading when I am tied to a horse's tail.
Violet, who had also been promenading her glass, put it down.
This morning, bright and early, I saw you promenading the shore with Miss Rose.