A few minutes more were spent in perambulation, when he threw himself into the chair.
Continuing their perambulation, they reached the present site of Waterloo-bridge.
That is why a perambulation of the stalls is as perilous as to pick one's way through hot ploughshares.
Bertie paused in his perambulation of the little room, and stared at him.
It came from the direction of the flagship; and Tickle, the officer of the watch in the Belligerent, paused in his perambulation.
Dalston registers not only supply this information, but a description of the ceremony of perambulation.
The boys pattered off, and the lieutenant resumed his perambulation.
During our perambulation we came to some machinery and bulkheads, etcetera, which were dingy in colour.
Eye-witnesses asserted later that the general inattention had verged on the scandalous during the perambulation of the Grand Duke.
Beating the Bounds, the periodical survey or perambulation by which the boundaries of parishes in England are preserved.
mid-15c., from Anglo-Latin (c.1300) and Anglo-French perambulacion, from Medieval Latin perambulationem (nominative perambulatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin perambulare (see perambulate).