Synonyms for saunter
Antonyms for saunter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SAUNTER
You stop short, and swallow hard, and saunter into camp as one indifferent.
He only nodded carelessly, and continued to saunter about as if no bull was near him.
We'll saunter slowly up to the village, and you can follow us.
He don't know me from Adam and I'll just saunter up and collar him.
They used to saunter, arm in arm, up and down the alleys and walks of the garden.
When he is being played, many of us have to rush away and saunter in the foyer.
In the meantime Harry proposed a saunter in the field adjoining the fort.
Mr. Corbet used to leave his tutor and Mr. Wilkins and saunter into the library.
Let's saunter along the beach, and sit down a bit, my Queen Bee.
He might sit on this porch another hour, might saunter off toward the creek.
late 15c., santren "to muse, be in reverie," of uncertain origin despite many absurd speculations. Meaning "walk with a leisurely gait" is from 1660s, and may be a different word. Klein suggests this sense of the word derives via Anglo-French sauntrer (mid-14c.) from French s'aventurer "to take risks," but OED finds this "unlikely." Related: Sauntered; sauntering.