saunterer

NOUN
  1. someone who walks at a leisurely pace
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How To Use saunterer In A Sentence

  • The saunterer came further inside, took a good look around and then marched off to the left. Archive 2006-03-01
  • Long, drowsy, dusty days when the shade of trees calls the saunterer into the woods to seek out dark, cool places by small streams.
  • Hearing us, other saunterers turned and stared as if we were in Rome or Paris or Hell.
  • His satisfaction communicates itself to a third saunterer through the long vacation in Kenge and Bleak House
  • Thither, too, comes the saunterer, anxious to get rid of that wearisome attendant himself, and thither come both males and females, who, upon a different principle, desire to make themselves double. Saint Ronan's Well
  • Office clerks could be forced to attend punctually at ten; and that wretched saunterer, whom five days a week he saw lounging into the The Three Clerks
  • He says that the word saunterer was derived from those persons who, during the Middle Ages, went on crusades to the Hold Up Your Heads, Girls! : Helps for Girls, in School and Out
  • The fact seems to be that the boy was a dreamer and saunterer; he himself says that he used to wander about the pier heads in fine weather, watch the ships departing on long voyages, and dream of going to the ends of the earth. Washington Irving
  • It creates a world of cheerful saunterers along small bridges and crosswalks, and outdoor cafe couples with their glasses chiming.
  • He who sits still in a house all the time may be the greatest vagrant of all; but the saunterer, in the good sense, is no more vagrant than the meandering river, which is all the while sedulously seeking the shortest course to the sea. July « 2008 « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground
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