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verb as in walk purposefully

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A 25-year-old man named Alexander Cooper strode up the sidewalk holding his 3-year-old daughter, Alexis, by the hand.

He recalled being angry and trying to keep his composure as he strode past Cosby into the front hall.

On the outskirts of the partisan mayhem, a smaller crowd gathered as a heavy-set man strode up to a podium in front of them.

Gripping a stone the size of a grapefruit, he strode toward Ueli Steck, a Swiss climber who had offended him.

Charr strode around the ring in a fury for a few minutes, his chest spattered with blood.

When the carpet was done, Aunt Ri took the roll in her own independent arms, and strode with it to the Agent's house.

The Doctor doubled his old-fashioned cloak across his breast as he strode home through the darkness.

With these words, the beadle strode, with a lofty and gloomy air, from the undertakers premises.

In her nostrils was the autumn perfume of the woods, and as they strode forward in silence a rabbit scuttled from their path.

He turned and strode along the room, his heavy, iron-clamped boots ringing on the paved floor.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to strode, such as: tramp, stomp, traipse, stalk, pound, and stump.

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