verb \ˈstrōl\

: to walk slowly in usually a pleasant and relaxed way

Full Definition of STROLL

intransitive verb
:  to go from place to place in search of work or profit <strolling players> <strolling musicians>
:  to walk in a leisurely or idle manner :  ramble
transitive verb
:  to walk at leisure along or about
stroll noun

Examples of STROLL

  1. They strolled along the street looking in the store windows.
  2. We strolled the streets of the village.

Origin of STROLL

probably from German dialect strollen
First Known Use: 1668


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