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Synonyms for stride

step

take something in your stride

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Synonyms for stride

to walk with long steps, especially in a vigorous manner

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to sit or stand with a leg on each side of

Synonyms for stride

a step in walking or running

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the distance covered by a step

significant progress (especially in the phrase "make strides")

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walk with long steps

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cover or traverse by taking long steps

References in periodicals archive ?
Giant Russian heavyweight Nikolai Valuev intends to stride across the Atlantic to take America by storm after sweeping aside the challenge of Owen Beck in Hanover.
Austin, who was flushed out of the pocket, hit his running back in stride across the middle, and Gable broke two tackles before sprinting down the left sideline for the score.
Monroe, also known as Saki, in his story "The Open Window," has the hunters stride across the fields, hovering between worlds all headed toward a french door, and the visitor flees.
To me, the whole concept speaks of the arrogance of the Brits who stride across the world with a view that every race is less legitimate than theirs.
Near the end, as the dancers lie face down on the floor, Forlano and Makihara stride across the stage, playing single notes on the percussive instruments that are suspended from the ceiling.
Advent prepares us to act in brave new ways: on a small, personal scale--such as forgiving a trespass--and on a grand, global scale--think of the Serbian coal miners and one steadfast law professor who became the unlikely heroes in the liberation of their country because of their willingness to conquer their fears and stride across some imposing thresholds.