After the rally is over, Malloy joins Padilla for a stroll through Fair Haven.
Afterward, stumble out into North Beach and walk it off on a stroll down to the Wharf.
Next, stroll around the main square to admire the well preserved architecture of the town.
I turn around and see Jane Fonda stroll down the hallway, past the displayed Grammy.
Pregnant and on doctor's orders, she begins to take a stroll through the city, and thus Delius pens her thoughts.
In summer, she loved rather to stroll over The Mountain, on Sundays.
Apparently without a care in the world, he continued his stroll.
Having concluded and despatched these epistles, our hero determined that he would take a stroll about the metropolis.
And to avoid the bewildering depths into which we were led, we suggested a stroll on the sands.
We left Hanover that same evening, and arrived at Berlin in time for supper and an evening stroll.
c.1600, a cant word introduced from the Continent, probably from dialectal German strollen, variant of German strolchen "to stroll, loaf," from strolch "vagabond, vagrant," also "fortuneteller," perhaps from Italian astrologo "astrologer." Related: Strolled; strolling. The noun is 1814, from the verb.
A lewd or suggestive publication; a pornographic book or magazine; Fuck Book: It took a stroke book for me to break the ice
[1970+; fr stroke, ''masturbate'']