stride off

stride off

To depart or walk away with long steps, especially in a hasty, vigorous, or determined manner. She met up with her friend, and the two strode off together for their morning walk. The disgruntled player threw his bat to the ground and strode off in a huff.
See also: off, stride
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I then sort of stopped and was trying to stride off the bend.
But she hit her stride off the tee and found her touch on the greens, coming through with back-to-back birdies from No.
new way breeding way of BBC's All Going law-abiding citizen quickly stride off in the opposite direction.
The sight of a gang of shaven-headed lads wearing immaculately polished cherry red or shiny black 'Docs' was enough to make the average law-abiding citizen quickly stride off in the opposite direction.
The elder brother shows him the llten ( light) and together they stride off into the sunset with ' Mother Congress' looking for votes.
A small, diverse group of Disneyesque native creatures leave their cave (signposted with those ubiquitous My Family stickers) to boldly stride off onomatopoeically on a croc hunt.
We're half a stride off scoring five or six tries rather than two or three."
The former Rugby League star's switch to the 15-man code and rapid elevation to the England ranks has been controversial but he has taken it in his stride off the field.
Stand on the first step of your stairs and take a giant stride off the step.
| Susan (left) and Winston Fell stride off on the walk with Charlie Toomes (right) and Tilly Toomes 150516ACHALL_04
More magic is to follow as the high-flying songs turn the guests into acrobats and the coat now fits the man perfectly as man and coat take a final bow and walk out of the cafe to stride off into the night to who knows where.
Right from the start, Burton served notice they would be no pushovers and had Phil Bardsley not been on hand to clear headers from Jon Shaw and Darren Stride off the line, the Brewers would have been in front at the break.