Thesaurus / saunter

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I saw how hatefully the back wash seemed to saunter back to the fall along the banks.
I should not like to ask an indulgent and idle public to saunter about with me under a misapprehension.
SAUNTERINGSCHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
Billies eyes filled with indignant tears as she began slowly to saunter back to the old house.
It has quite a charm to saunter round in a strange town, and mingle all unknown in the crowd.
A FLIGHT IN SPRINGJ. HARRIS KNOWLES
The truth is, you sat down and wrote; I used to saunter about and think what I should write.
The street was so narrow that he could hardly chastise them without danger to me, so it seemed best to saunter off.
HELMET OF NAVARREBERTHA RUNKLE
Rain always seems in earnest, snow in play—with such delicate leisureliness does it saunter down.
RED AS A ROSE IS SHERHODA BROUGHTON
Jack therefore watched until he saw Alec Donohue put on his coat and saunter off, as though 100 heading for home.
On Sunday afternoons he used to saunter about the park and grounds of Crickwood Bolders.
GREAT UNCLE HOOT-TOOTMRS. MOLESWORTH
He resolved, however, to wait for half an hour, and went out to saunter in front of the hotel.
MY DOGGIE AND IR.M. BALLANTYNE

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