PERAMBULATE

The word of the day today is PERAMBULATE.

per·am·bu·late
/pəˈrambyəˌlāt/
verb
  1. FORMALHUMOROUS
    walk or travel through or around a place or area, especially for pleasure and in a leisurely way.
    “she perambulated the square”
    • HISTORICALBRITISH
      walk around (a parish, forest, etc.) in order to officially assert and record its boundaries.

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10 thoughts on “PERAMBULATE

  1. Reblogged this on Tales from the mind of Kristian and commented:

    The Word of the Day is Perambulate,

    I hope you enjoy using this word in a story or a poem.

    Just an extra note, we often call the thing you put babies in to wheel them around in, what in the US is called a Baby Buggy, we often call a Pram, and the word pram is a shortening of Perambulator which comes from the word Perambulate – A leisurely walk.

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