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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of saunter.

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Examples

  • Tip languished in Clifford's Inns for six months, and at the expiration of that term sauntered back one evening with his hands in his pockets, and incidentally observed to his sister that he was not going back again.

    Little Dorrit

  • Tip languished in Clifford’s Inns for six months, and at the expiration of that term sauntered back one evening with his hands in his pockets, and incidentally observed to his sister that he was not going back again.

    Little Dorrit

  • Malaka sauntered past Romi as if to look at the candle display.

    Romiette and Julio

  • They kind of sauntered off down the draw when we pull off the road towards the stack.

    Hay, Now That's a Find!

  • Then I kind of sauntered out to the back room where the hurdy-gurdy ought to be.

    Arizona Nights

  • Shortly after David Wright sauntered into the Tradition Field clubhouse on a recent spring training morning with a huge smile on his face, the four-time All-Star third baseman was asked how anyone wearing a New York Mets uniform could be grinning these days.

    All-Stars may be out, but Mets aren't down

  • As the 23-year-old child-actor-turned-rapper sauntered onstage to join his six-piece band, fans jammed into the aisles leading up to the stage, their trembling hands shooting iPhone videos that viewers will need a double dose of Dramamine to watch on YouTube.

    With a smirk or a scowl, Drake ignites admirers

  • With a roar of laughter it was decided that Sondel was it, so she got up and sauntered over to the bar.

    dramadream

  • I gave a wary smile back and sauntered to the fridge.

    CHOCOLATE MILK • by Ladonna A. Watkins

  • Townshend saw this happening and casually sauntered over, and just as the kid had gotten both knees on the edge of the stage, Pete put his right foot up, carefully planted the bottom of his boot on the guy'sforeheadand sent him back into the audience with a kick/shove that landed him about 10 feet back.

    Binky Philips: Pete Townshend Meets My Mom and Dad at the Fillmore East

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