stroll
[ strohl ]
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Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
Early-17th century; German; from a meaning of "roam as a vagrant," from the German strollen, strolchen, from Strolch "vagabond," of unknown ultimate origin
Synonyms
    1.
  • tramp wander roam
    2.
  • amble drift mosey
Antonyms
    1.
  • unavailable
    2.
  • stay
Definition
1. to wander or rove from place to place; roam
2. to walk leisurely as inclination directs; ramble; saunter; take a walk
Examples
1. A) Reports came in about a vagabond who would stroll across the countryside, sharing strange tidings. B) She would stroll from bookstore to bookstore, her arms becoming heavy with tomes.
2. A) She loved to stroll along the beach at night, letting her mind wander. B) A romantic stroll about town seemed like a wonderful activity for the young couple.
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