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

Etymologies

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Examples

  • From the edge of the sand, a 50ish guy resplendent in a pinkish birthday-suit display of genitalia and slight paunch unabashedly strolled from a beachside cabin to study for several long minutes a menu board displayed at the entrance.

    Mexico's endless Pacific beach: sun, surf, sand, seafood and solitude

  • I forgot what did you call it when McCain strolled thru the market place with troops and gunships guarding him?

    The Early Word: Obama Opens European Tour - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Uppsala moves at a slower pace than Stockholm and is perfectly scaled for walking; we easily strolled from the train station to our hotel, and then across the river into the cobbled old quarter.

    The Constant Gardener

  • ANAHEIM, California (Ticker) -- When David Eckstein strolled to the plate with the bases loaded, the Anaheim Angels should have known something good would happen.

    Major League Baseball - Pittsburgh vs. Anaheim

  • It was evident on changeovers when Agassi sprinted to his chair and Martin strolled to his.

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  • And Martin strolled up to Joscelyn and said persuasively, "It's such fun!" but Joscelyn only frowned and answered, "Give it back to me!" and Martin didn't seem to understand her and returned to the see-saw, and suggested three a side and he would look after Jane very carefully.

    Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard

  • And Martin strolled up to Joscelyn and said persuasively, 'It's such fun!' but Joscelyn only frowned and answered, 'Give it back to me!' and Martin didn't seem to understand her and returned to the see-saw, and suggested three a side and he would look after Jane very carefully.

    Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard

  • We strolled from the field, and scrambled along the hillside towards a group of cottages.

    High Albania

  • The justice put his signature as witness to the transaction, dropped into his pocket the fee of five dollars that the lawyer handed to him, and without a word strolled out again.

    With Lee in Virginia: a story of the American Civil War

  • One year later, the market where McCain strolled wearing a bullet-proof vest and protected by 100 US soldiers and five helicopters is controlled by radical cleric Moqtada al Sadr’s Mahdi army and is deemed too unsafe for Americans, no matter how well protected.

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