saunter along

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saunter along

1. To walk, amble, or stroll at a leisurely, unhurried pace. Emily just sauntered along on our hike, looking at every little flower and insect on the trail. I spent the rest of the day sauntering along in the theater district.
2. To follow some particular path or route on foot at a leisurely, unhurried pace. We spent a couple hours just sauntering along the famous Las Ramblas boulevard in Barcelona, strolling from stall to stall and taking in the wonderful sights and sounds. I sauntered along the beach after lunch, thinking over where things stood in my relationship with Sarah.

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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It saunters along like a dance, going between cabaret and tap, set to a gramophone-worthy soundtrack.
This last part in the 'Sundered Lands' series concludes two badgers' search for the six crowns of the 'Badger Lords of Old' and saunters along at considerable speed.
"He aches a bit in the cold and saunters along like an old man, but when he wants to move, he can," said Beryl, from Liverpool.
Jesus Fever saunters along in a happy mood, while Ghost Town is a gentle, dreamy track.
Jos Vantyler saunters along as Austin's foppish son Leo, an amateur poet with weak lungs and an air of Oscar Wilde.
The animal saunters along under the weight of a massive rack that would claim the pinnacle of your antler collection.
Travelling long distances in this estate is no problem as it saunters along country lanes and motorways with equal aplomb.
Sophie Thompson is outstanding as Moxie, and the rest of the film saunters along amiably.
Anyone who saunters along the high street at the end of 1990s will be subjected to a garish collection of aesthetically-challenged shopfronts which hide an equally unappetising collection of clothes.
Founded as a postgraduate college in the 1960s, it saunters along the bank of the river Cam, incorporating three nineteenth-century houses (including that of the family of the great Victorian sage from whom it takes its name).
The Christmas Song feels cuddly and White Christmas saunters along. Slade it ain't.
The PC leaves home at 5am and saunters along at 4mph for TWO HOURS.
It's as unlikely a premise today as it was in the original but once you have accepted that it can be done the film saunters along quite merrily.