saunter along

saunter along

to walk along slowly; to ramble along. Bob sauntered along, looking as if he didn't have a care in the world. I was just sauntering along, minding my own business, when all of a sudden a mugger jumped out and swiped my purse.
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More than PS57,000 was raised by the roughly 750 people who took part in the all-female saunter along the sea front, with plenty of those taking part embracing the Hawaiian theme by donning flowery shirts and grass skirts.
The fenced garden by the lake was for park residents, who would saunter along its cool banks and over the Chinese Bridge or sail in craft housed in the Swiss Boathouse.
However, when I was invited to lunch last Sunday by some lovely friends in a village along the valley, part of the deal was that we saunter along to the local football ground afterwards.
They are the 'challenger' wave for the experienced runners wanting a fast time; the 70s music wave, and the 'walking' wave for those wishing to saunter along the route.
At the diva dash, you can saunter along at your own pace and take the easy route or challenge yourself on the tougher course.
It will be a challenge because it's a set route and has to be completed, so I can't just saunter along.
OH NO PAGES 14&15 We take a walk down Disaster Alley to relive the nightmare of 9-3 and saunter along Terror Avenue for a peak at the 5-1 horror show in 1975.
Some rip open the bread packets immediately and it's not unusual to spot -- mostly children -- toying with bread, folding and nibbling at it while embarking on the long saunter along the dusty track towards their home-tents.
Asked to sum up Simonsig's standing compared to Sprinter Sacre, Henderson added: "They have been known to saunter along together but you have to be very careful when you do that.
It was very pleasant to saunter along its banks smothered in wild garlic plants.
A short 15-minute drive across the island in a minibus winds around the nature reserve, where sand gazelles, peacocks and the odd (harmless) escapee saunter along the roadside leading up to the hotel.
One of Italy's most beautiful Renaissance gardens, it's a great starting point for a gentle saunter along the embankment of the Adige River, lined with castles, churches and cypress trees, with rolling hills and the snow-capped peaks of the Dolomites in the background.
A benign UK election and final resolution of the Greek tragedy could allow sterling to saunter along for another three months between [euro]1.
Not that I needed Mr Darcy to saunter along, I had my beau - who, on spying the stunning golf course, disappeared off for a fourhour round quicker than you could utter the words "quality time".
Normally, we saunter along this one trail for half a mile, then turn right on another trail for about a mile.