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Wednesday, January 27, 2010, 12:12 EDT Leave a comment Go to comments

Perambulate — This is a wonderful word that evokes images of Rhett and Scarlett pushing Bonnie Blue’s carriage down the street while the neighborhood ladies greet Rhett warmly and glare at Scarlett.

per·am·bu·late \puh-RAM-byuh-late\
transitive verb
1 : to travel over or through especially on foot : traverse
2 : to make an official inspection of (a boundary) on foot
intransitive verb
: stroll

For more, see the complete entry at Merriam-Webster online.

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