Just picture Princess Leia sauntering through the galaxy in one of his technology-inspired designs.
Various Smith faculty members served as extras, sauntering out of the house and dispersing across the lawn.
But yes, I pictured a James Bond-type just sauntering over to her.
sauntering along, as if in a dream, imagine my delight when I saw coming towards me my beautiful and beloved Sylvia.
Theo Desmond sauntering in, scanned every detail with fastidious distaste.
It was ridiculous to be sauntering along the street hatless.
The girl was sauntering about, swinging a walking-cane carelessly.
May was sauntering along swinging her parasol, which she had not opened, as our whole way had lain in the shade.
In fact, Miss Lucy and Hoffland were sauntering in from the garden in high glee.
So Challis thought to himself as he lit another cigar, sauntering among the cut yew-hedges of a side-garden.
late 15c., santren "to muse, be in reverie," of uncertain origin despite many absurd speculations. Meaning "walk with a leisurely gait" is from 1660s, and may be a different word. Klein suggests this sense of the word derives via Anglo-French sauntrer (mid-14c.) from French s'aventurer "to take risks," but OED finds this "unlikely." Related: Sauntered; sauntering.
"a leisurely stroll," 1828, from saunter (v.). Earlier it meant "idle occupation, diversion" (1728).