- n a careless leisurely gait
he walked with a kind of saunter as if he hadn't a care in the world
- n a leisurely walk (usually in some public place)
- v walk leisurely and with no apparent aim
- Boys strut and saunter along and look dead-eyed, indicating with their edgy killer gestures and careless scornful laughs that this world is all there is a noisy varnished .
- Wei shrugs, gets up and leaves the flat to saunter through his neighborhood in his plastic sandals and unbuttoned shirt.
- You wouldn't expect a guy wearing muddy boots and worn moleskin pants to saunter past the formally dressed footmen at London's Fortnum Mason, the famous Piccadilly food emporium .
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If you live in the U.S. you may be enjoying a sultry summer day off in honor of Independence Day, or at least have plans to get together with friends and family at some point to partake in some barbecued goodies and a favorite beverage (or three). And as you saunter around the picnic table [...]
July 4, 2013 - Universe Today
- Davina McCall in Mirror.co.uk
Big Brother is no longer going to be lenient in any way, shape or form,said Davina. "If there's any kind of rule breaking, they're going to come down on them like a ton of bricks. You're not just going to be able to saunter into the Diary...
- Terry Francona in Boston Herald
That was a good play on their part,said Francona. "They played their infield at a depth where Pedie's gonna go, but he can't just saunter in. They're not back. He's trying to get that extra step, but they slipped behind him and made a good...
- Robert Harvey in The Australian
I'm still pretty quiet now but I was really quiet then and I used to saunter up to him after training and correct him but sure enough he'd call me Rodney again,Harvey said. "It took him about six months to clear it up."