The Saunterer's Apple not even the saunterer can eat in the house.
It holds the eye and stays the foot of every saunterer in the woods.
I will confess that there was a time when I could have loved that career as a saunterer in West End streets.
My concern, as a saunterer's ought always to be, was with the road itself, not with what might lie at the end of it.
The bailiff must not be a saunterer; he must always be sober; he mustn't go out to dinner.
Evidently that shot created something like a little panic aboard the Saunterer.
And now he is even as one of the crowd that he had ruled, a saunterer on the side-walk, an unknown, a negligible wayfarer.
The detective, who seemed to have been just a saunterer, had accommodated himself to Francis' destination.