At night, they strolled on the beach, talking about each other and making plans.
The place was deserted as I strolled around and stood a while watching a yacht sail in toward the harbor.
Presently Louis rose with a nod to us and offered his arm to Constance, and they strolled away along the river wall.
Jennifer Lopez strolled in with a massive entourage of maybe eight people.
Mrs. Bush strolled the aisles thanking friends and staffers.
Having got rid of us, the curé hurried back to his siesta, and we strolled round the church.
He strolled by chance into an alley, when a new phenomenon arose.
We had strolled as far as St. Paul's and had now returned as far as Trinity.
So to the station he strolled, with a brandy-ball in each cheek.
They strolled on side by side, and for a minute neither spoke.
c.1600, a cant word introduced from the Continent, probably from dialectal German strollen, variant of German strolchen "to stroll, loaf," from strolch "vagabond, vagrant," also "fortuneteller," perhaps from Italian astrologo "astrologer." Related: Strolled; strolling. The noun is 1814, from the verb.
An area or route favored by prostitutes for solicitation: Ms Lopez, a 38-year-old streetwalker, said she had been chased by packs of youngsters who descended at night on the stroll, where prostitutes ply their trade in the industrial park (1990s+)