stride out of (some place)(redirected from strides out of)
stride out of (some place)
To walk out of some place with long steps, especially in a hasty, vigorous, or determined manner. The CEO picked up her things and strode out of the office as soon as the meeting was over. The disgruntled player strode out of the stadium without saying a word to the reporters outside.
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stride out of
some place to walk with long steps out of some place. The angry customer strode out of the shop without purchasing anything. We strode out of the restaurant, pledging never to go there again.
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