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  • n. Plural form of stroll.
  • v. Third person singular simple present of to stroll.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • * Chodin strolls into thread, head hung medium-low, balls slung over shoulder*


  • Then, in strolls their gay male friend, who was (a) quite good looking and (b) far more interesting.

    …owning ‘fabulous’ « Sven’s guide to…

  • EVEN WHILE CLAD ONLY in a standard-issue clubhouse bath towel, Ichiro Suzuki needn't be concerned about coverage as he strolls from the shower to his locker. - Ichiro — the best leadoff hitter in the game

  • The fact that this year's first protests were the anti-Maglev "strolls," which I've discussed elsewhere (including in my just published Global Shanghai, 1850-2010), underlines the gulf separating 1978 from 2008.

    Jeffrey Wasserstrom: Chinese Democracy -- the 1978 Version

  • After joining the army of rowing boats for a few "strolls" around the market we started our return journey to Can Tho, this time on the slightly smaller canals of the Mekong Delta, with lush green countryside all around, rice paddies and fruit orchards. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Merchant groups at several locations have scheduled holiday "strolls," complete with an appearance from Santa, carolers and other activities. - Latest Stories

  • Ever since that first occasion, he had always referred to her strolls to answer nature’s call with an inquiry about the wildflowers she’d seen along the way.

    This Calder Range

  • The developing situation seems similar enough overall that of the early 2008 anti-Maglev "strolls" (a term used by protesters to suggest a reasonable and non-confrontational call to be heard rather than a militant action) and some other urban struggles of the last couple of years (e.g., the 2007 Xiamen demonstrations trigged by plans to built a chemicle plant) that it seems useful to provide a few links here to commentaries on those events of the recent past.

    Jeffrey Wasserstrom: NIMBY Comes to China Revisited

  • In defiance of his usual practice, Cunningham meets the sound-score halfway, by including numerous allusions to Irish jugs and reels, step dances, promenades, strolls and circles that occasionally intersect with the music.

    Cunningham's Legacy Touches the West Coast

  • Reading Maroussia's memoir, it's easy to imagine the couple – she a romantic invalid, he heroically risking his life to nurse this teenage ballet dancer back to health – holding hands at her bedside and later taking convalescent strolls through the town.

    Dan Edelstyn: My quest for the family spirit


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