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Synonyms for perambulation

an act of walking, especially for pleasure

Synonyms for perambulation

a walk around a territory (a parish or manor or forest etc

a leisurely walk (usually in some public place)

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In a kind of preemptive strike, the nonprofit Appalachian Trail Conservancy has been showing a series of videos titled "Don't Be That Guy," which stress proper preparation for hikes, and how important it is that backpackers leave no trace behind of their perambulation on the 2,000-milelong footpath.
In his fascinating 2013 book, On the Map: A Mind-Expanding Exploration of the Way the World Looks, British author Simon Garfield offers 22 chapters of delightful perambulation around the world history of maps and mapping.
Camosse reported that "the once-in-five-years perambulation of the town bounds was carried out with representatives of adjoining communities: Millbury, Leicester, Oxford and Worcester.
In an era of increasing sensitivity to the challenges of aging, health, ability, mobility, sensory differences, and cognition, Carpman and Grant's book shows how to maintain or gain personal independence in perambulation and travel.
He spent 21 days in custody as a result of that early-morning naked perambulation in Saltburn to the distress of those who observed him.
Gateshead's first recorded perambulation was in 1651 to stop neighbouring parishes from encroaching on Gateshead land.
Fossils of perambulation, life and death masks of departure
Tragedy struck one evening as he returned home from his routine perambulation.
Obviously, different rules apply in the Guinness Village, where you may feel out of place without your ludicrous headgear, just as you may feel out of place if you are capable of coherent speech and perambulation, but as a general rule, if you want to get ahead, don't get a silly hat .
For although vitally stimulating almost all the senses, after a comprehensive perambulation the only body parts possibly heading towards tumescence are your feet.
IT'S NOT EVERY DIRECTOR WHO can transform a lyrical history of perambulation into ripe theatrical fodder, but Matthew Earnest--whose original adaptation of Rebecca Solnit's Wanderlust: A History of Walking will have its world premiere at Cleveland Public Theatre in May--has found a way to capture the poetry of bipedal motion on stage.
A PERAMBULATION around the city centre demonstrated to Mr Brocklebank just how well the Liverpool One shopping centre is bedding in.
UNDERTAKING a short perambulation on Easter Sunday, I was astounded to find the smashed and grubby remains of dozens of hard boiled eggs littering a local park.
This would "preserve traditional sidewalk values," according to supporters, who deny that they're "froshophobic" but maintain that freshmen "degrade the sacred institution of sidewalks, and jeopardize the validity of the upperclassmen's own perambulation.