from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. With a casual, sauntering gait.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a sauntering manner; idly; leisurely.
And as I sat and watched the Mayor go saunteringly down the street, with his crustiness carried like a child on his shoulder, which it delighted him to have knocked off, so that he could philosophize in the restoring of it to its position, suddenly a realization of the relation of
Yet saunteringly she stepped to the show-case, glancing airily about.
They went saunteringly along under the great trees, rather silent both of them after that.
Amidst the crowd, as it streamed saunteringly along, were two spectators; strangers to the place, as was notably proved by the attention they excited, and the broad jokes their dress and appearance provoked from the rustic wits, -- jokes which they took with amused good-humour, and sometimes retaliated with a zest which had already made them very popular personages.
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