putt along

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putt along

To move along at a very quick, brisk, or rapid pace, especially on a compact motorized vehicle. He's totally happy just putting along the countryside in the little van of his. We were putting along on our scooter through the streets of Venice when someone suddenly darted in front of us.
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putt along

to move along rapidly, usually in a motorized vehicle. ("Putt-putt" is the sound made to mimic engines, especially small engines.) The little car was putting along down the highway, when one of the tires went flat. We were putting along very smoothly all the way into town.
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"I didn't birdie 17 and 18 but I made two really good putts along with the birdie putt on 16.
French company Induct demonstrated its Navia driverless shuttle, which putts along at 12.5 miles (20 kilometres) per hour on a pre-programmed route.
Schwartzel missed several putts along the way as he ended with his worst score of the tournament so far.
As his truck putts along Goose Island, Mullenweg sweats through his khaki uniform and points out birds.
Steadily making clutch putts along the way, Coughlin credited her solid putting to a new, wide two-thumb golf grip she put on her club.
As he rolled a few practice putts along the famous pitch, Stephen said: 'We are delighted with the way things have turned out.