V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary


verb, noun

Definition: (v.) to walk in a leisurely, slow fashion, with no apparent aim; (n.) 1. a leisurely walk; 2. an unhurried pace

Synonyms: (v./n.) stroll, amble, dally, sashay, wander, walk, dawdle, mosey

Antonyms: run, race, hurry

Tips: When you saunter, you walk along in an unhurried, leisurely pace. Think of someone sauntering or strolling along without any cares.

Usage Examples:

The pitcher likes to saunter over to home plate to let the other team know he's not nervous. (stroll, amble) verb

She always saunters into class like she wishes she could be anywhere else. (dawdles, dallies) verb

She walked out of the room with a saunter meant to show that she wasn't rattled by the sudden news. (walk, stroll) noun

My grandmother loves to saunter through her garden early each morning. (stroll, amble, wander) verb

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