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- v. To walk with no real planned destination, but to just walk, to meander "around".
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. walk with no particular goal
- v. behave in a certain manner or have certain properties
- v. walk randomly
- v. walk around something
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It needs to be original, but only semioriginal: It would be legitimately inventive and kind of “out there” to casually walk around with the petrified skull of a orangutan under your arm for no obvious reason, but this would only seem cool to a select class of performance artist.
I thought I might walk around the Palavela; maybe that would give me some peace.
Later in the morning, George called me from the Oval Office and asked if I wanted to walk around the South Grounds with the dogs just one more time.
You could twine your fingers with his, phone him, walk around the park or hall or basketball game with your shoulders nudging accidentally with heat, and then, at the afterparties, in the dark, when he might have had a beer or two, you could learn how to kiss, how to be held and touched.
As we walk around the site, Van Valkenburgh describes the three chief design challenges, which all derive, in one way or another, from the adjacent Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.
Eighth grade was the eve of an academic path, when a few of my classmates left to go to vocational school; the all-night walk around the city after graduation was the curtain call of childhood and the eve of the next morning, when boys suddenly grew tall and brazen; the marathon of university entrance exams was the eve of self-sufficiency and freedom—all these things, although nerve-wrecking and difficult, have led to something else.
He could have lunch at Amy's, walk around for a while, and reach the Gazette office in Spudsboro around two o'clock.
But when the lights in the theater turn off and grainy black-and-white images appear on the screen, the men of the title do nothing but walk around in white shirts with smoking jackets and bow ties and speak in long, undecipherable harangues of American English.
A few regulars from Hollywood goth clubs like Helter Skelter and Perversion decided to drop acid and walk around Disneyland on a summer afternoon.
It can be as little as a walk around the blockone step at a time.