Others observed from pedestrian lanes and footbridges as the march progressed on Hong Kong Island.
Ten years after that, his sister Dakota was killed in a L.A. pedestrian accident.
The discussion of the crisis of publishing persists mostly at a pedestrian level.
The Crisis in American Walking Tom Vanderbilt, Slate How we got off the pedestrian path.
By most of our pedestrian standards, the man has not a thing to complain about.
Presently we overtook a pedestrian, and Master invited him to ride.
As much must be said of the Beetles well-equipped for pedestrian escape.
At low tide, the Crescent could be easily reached by any pedestrian.
There is not a paved street in it, or even a foot-path for a pedestrian.
The windows that look on to the street are heavily barred and none are within reach of the pedestrian.
1716, "prosaic, dull" (of writing), from Latin pedester (genitive pedestris) "plain, not versified, prosaic," literally "on foot" (sense contrasted with equester "on horseback"), from pedes "one who goes on foot," from pes (genitive pedis) "foot" (see foot (n.)). Meaning "going on foot" is first attested 1791 in English (it also was a sense of Latin pedester). The earlier adjective in English was pedestrial (1610s).
"walker," 1793, from pedestrian (adj.).