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Synonyms for perambulate

to walk at a leisurely pace

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make an official inspection on foot of (the bounds of a property)

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walk with no particular goal

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Tucked away in the farthest corner of the supermarket, many of our Post Offices now allow the consumer (they're the people who used to be called customers) free perambulatory access to the retail landscape prior to buying a second-class stamp.
If you had told me on that Saturday night that once inside those great oaken doors I would never be coming out again, that this was all I was going to be doing from now on and for all of eternity, I would be wanting a slightly longer walkabout first, perhaps setting my perambulatory sights on Timbuktu or Neptune before settling in for the duration.
1) Starting from the eastern staircase and traversing the perambulatory in a clockwise direction, we find narrative reliefs of the Ramayana on the balustrade wall on our left, and iconic reliefs of 24 seated male deities, each flanked by several attendants--collectively referred to in the accompanying iconographic plan (Figure 1) as 'lokapala with attendants'--on our right, that is, on the temple body proper.
Considering none of the characters had even heard of such a thing at the start of the film, one would expect more detail on how a formerly perambulatory dancer and her inexperienced tutor might go about learning these techniques, yet Seidelman just gives us a simple training montage.
Hohbein-Deegen's interpretation is particularly helpful in untangling the intertextual connections between Rosenlocher and his famous perambulatory predecessors: Heine, the nonconformist "outsider" in whom Rosenlocher finds a sympathetic traveling companion, and Goethe, reimagined in Wiederentdeckung as the ultimate West German bourgeois, bearing down on the hiker in a "Chromschiff" of a Mercedes (77).
To consume mobile television is to escape the social and spatial constraints of the home for more interactive forms of perambulatory public leisure and consumption.
But while their analytical importance to friendship may not be immediately apparent, their placement before the account of preference, which is a central theme of the tischreden on friendship, suggests a possible perambulatory function, containing important materials for the account that follows.
focus on the delights of Paris itself and the perambulatory freedom
My customary perambulatory routine is to momentarily scrutinise the local periodical pursuant to inauguration of breakfast repast.
Describing an encounter with English villagers in the town of Daventry along the way, Taylor explains how the locals received this unusual perambulatory traveler:
Landscape: Perambulatory Practice, Sight and the Sense of Belonging.
On the other hand, however, statements of object and purpose in the perambulatory provisions of a resolution must be viewed with some caution and understood in the context of the actual operative parts of the resolution in which they are made.
July 12: Perambulatory Poetry at Otterspool Park Join the Rangers and promenade through the park down to the River Mersey while enjoying the poetry of Scott Thurston and the works of artist Elizabeth Willow.
The latter despite the perambulatory affirmation that "biological diversity is a common concern of humankind.
A finding of ambiguity, of course, enables an appellate judge to bypass traditional approaches to interpretation and either substitute presumptive 'rule[s] of policy,' or else to engage in a largely subjective and perambulatory reading of 'legislative history.