Ten years after that, his sister Dakota was killed in a L.A. pedestrian accident.
The Crisis in American Walking Tom Vanderbilt, Slate How we got off the pedestrian path.
Every car passenger and pedestrian is checked, one by one, until the operatives find their target.
A number of bottles and other debris came down upon the demonstrators and cops on the roadway from the pedestrian walkway above.
Janette Sadik-Khan, et al. “New York City pedestrian Safety Study Action Plan.”
Presently we overtook a pedestrian, and Master invited him to ride.
The pedestrian alone, of all travellers, is thus taken by the hand by Fortune.
At low tide, the Crescent could be easily reached by any pedestrian.
If Captain Anthony (Roderick) had been a pedestrian it would have been sufficient; but he was not.
The windows that look on to the street are heavily barred and none are within reach of the pedestrian.
1716, "prosaic, dull" (of writing), from Latin pedester (genitive pedestris) "plain, not versified, prosaic," literally "on foot" (sense contrasted with equester "on horseback"), from pedes "one who goes on foot," from pes (genitive pedis) "foot" (see foot (n.)). Meaning "going on foot" is first attested 1791 in English (it also was a sense of Latin pedester). The earlier adjective in English was pedestrial (1610s).
"walker," 1793, from pedestrian (adj.).