- the exercise or practice of walking.
- commonplace or prosaic manner, quality, etc.
Origin of pedestrianism
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Examples from the Web for pedestrianism
She could dance untiringly for hours, but other pedestrianism wearied her.A Soldier's Trial
Thus, in pedestrianism, other new times have since been set up.The Brighton Road
Charles G. Harper
I had enjoyed all the pleasures of pedestrianism that I wished, and told Naigle to get me a horse for to-morrow.Letters from Switzerland
Samuel Irenus Prime
The shoe is the product of civilization and properly chosen is preferable for pedestrianism in the city and on country roads.Touring Afoot
Claude Powell Fordyce
I said this with an artful delicacy, meant to imply that I was pointing at a very great and valuable privilege of pedestrianism.A Day's Ride
Charles James Lever