- n a leisurely walk (usually in some public place)
- v walk leisurely and with no apparent aim
- Take My Hand Parent and child (and teddy bear) take a stroll.
- In the warm months, the lush and rolling countryside surrounding Florence is the perfect spot for lovers to stroll.
- Anyone can do it; high school dropouts stroll through the mall with their babies in a Snugli.
- Barack Obama in Los Angeles Times
When asked about the apparent Sarkozy "snub," Obama said the roughly four hours he could allot to the French leader meant only that he had "a very tough schedule." "I would love nothing more than to have a leisurely week in Paris, stroll down...
- Paula Creamer in Detroit Free Press
I mean I'm not out there just on a Sunday stroll,Creamer said. "I mean I want to win. That's a goal of mine, of course. But it's also, I have to look at the big picture and I have to realize that this is what I have to go through to...
- Horace Engdahl in Telegraph.co.uk
Horace Engdahl, the academy's permanent secretary, said: "I've phoned her but there's been no answer. She was not sitting and waiting for my call. I'm afraid she's out taking a stroll somewhere in the park and people will attack her with the news."