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stride into (some place)

To enter some place with long steps, especially in a hasty, vigorous, or confident manner. The CEO strode into the office, cast her eyes around the place approvingly, then hurried out against just as quickly. The teacher always strides into class a couple minutes after the bell has rung. You need to stride right into her office and demand a raise—you deserve it!
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stride in

1. To enter (some place) with long steps, especially in a hasty, vigorous, or determined manner. The CEO strode in, cast her eyes around the office approvingly, then hurried out against just as quickly. You need to stride right in there and demand a raise—you deserve it!
2. To walk in or through some place with long steps, especially in a hasty, vigorous, or determined manner. You can always find the same group of power walkers striding in the park first thing in the morning. There are few things more majestic than seeing a pride of lions striding in the Savannah.
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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

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 as soon as the meeting was over. The disgruntled player strode out of the stadium without saying a word to the reporters outside.
See also: out, stride

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

stride in(to some place)

to walk with long steps into some place. Jeff strode into the restaurant and demanded the best table. He strode in and ordered roast chicken.
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References in classic literature ?
So he strode whistling along the leafy forest path that led to Fosse Way, turning neither to the right hand nor the left, until at last he came to where the path branched, leading on the one hand onward to Fosse Way, and on the other, as well Little John knew, to the merry Blue Boar Inn.
As thus he strode along in anger, putting together the words he would use to chide Little John, he heard, of a sudden, loud and angry voices, as of men in a rage, passing fell words back and forth from one to the other.
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My last #pregnancyworkout was at the hospital just hours before we met our gorgeous Madi Grace," Strode wrote on Instagram.