Improve Your Vocabulary- 14 ways to walk

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14 ways of walking- Improve Your Vocabulary


1: Swagger- to walking with a proud strut

Example: He looked the crowd for a while and swaggered along the corridor.

2: Waddle- walk with short steps and a clumsy swaying motion.

Example: He waddled down the hallway.

3: Totter- move in a feeble or unsteady way.

Example: The little baby tottered within the room.

4: Strut- to walk in a proud way trying to look important.

Example: Robin strutted around the hall to get every girls’ attention.

5: Stroll- walk in a leisurely way.

Example: I love to stroll along the beach after the sunset.

6: Stride- to walk in long steps.

Example: He strode across the road.

7: Stalk- to walk in an angry or proud way.

Example: She stalked out of the room after we questioned her.

8: Stagger- Walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall.

Example: He entered staggering into the room.

9: Ramble- walk for pleasure in the countryside.

Example: They planned to ramble after finishing their study session.

10: Parade- a large number of people walking or in vehicles, all going in the same direction, usually as part of a public celebration of something.

Example: The students paraded through the streets during the Independence day.

11: Limp- to walk slowly and with difficulty because of having an injured or painful leg or foot.

Example: The football player limped off the ground after the serious injury in his leg.

12: Amble- to go at a slow, easy pace.

Example: We ambled around the town after a hectic day.

13: Mooch- walk or do things slowly and without much purpose.

Example: It’s better you stop mooching and do something productive.

14: Trudge- to walk, especially laboriously or wearily.

Example: We trudged through the deserted road.

Did you swagger or strut?

Or maybe you ambled someday?

Whatever may be the case, you will at least have enough vocabulary in your arsenal to differentiate what it is.

Make sure you learn these all off by heart and go through this chapter once again so it becomes a part of your active vocabulary.

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