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noun as in lazy walk

verb as in walk along lazily

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Along this 220-mile route, learn about Iowa’s connections to the Underground Railroad at the Todd House, prance through flower fields at the Loess Hills Lavender Farm, and go for a stroll in Waubonsie State Park.

The caterpillars that did crawl under streetlights were also heavier—not enough that you’d notice it while out on a stroll, but enough to be clear on a laboratory scale.

This combo of breathability and warmth changes the way the world dresses for any chilly endeavor, from cycling to skiing, running to urban strolls.

Jeremy King thought he’d probably be deprived of the simple pleasure of taking his child for a stroll.

A recent one of mine took me on what was supposed to be a lovely evening stroll through New York City after a long work day of eye-frying screen time.

Williams said he went to the lake to take a stroll “because of his heart.”

After the rally is over, Malloy joins Padilla for a stroll through Fair Haven.

I hope I have time to stroll along the beautiful River Walk – it really is the heart and soul of the city!

As we stroll through SoHo, we spot a tall, thin, pale man dressed in all black with bottle-blond hair.

Tired of the classical sculptures, impressionist paintings, and chipped ancient relics you stroll past at your local art museum?

And when he took an underground stroll he was almost sure to find a few angleworms, which furnished most of his meals.

"I think I'll stroll down to the tavern and see this stranger," I replied carelessly.

When the waltz is over they stroll out with them into the garden, and order wine, and talk of changing their steamer date.

To-dau I went for a stroll by the river in whose blue waters are mirrored the willows and the houses that befringe its banks.

And now let us take a stroll, or rather let us walk, for a stroll implies pleasure, and I certainly cannot promise you that.


On this page you'll find 79 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stroll, such as: excursion, ramble, airing, constitutional, cruise, and promenade.

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