Origin of perambulate
OTHER WORDS FROM perambulateper·am·bu·la·tion, nounper·am·bu·la·to·ry [per-am-byuh-luh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee], /pərˈæm byə ləˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/, adjective
Words nearby perambulate
How to use perambulate in a sentence
The members sometimes "perambulate the village, headed by the band of the Mangotsfield detachment of the Bristol Rifles."
At the termination of the mass, troops of women perambulate the streets, during the remainder of the night.
Skeletons still perambulate among us, as in The Messenger, where the stripped-off mask shows a hideous skull.The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction|Dorothy Scarborough
In the centre of the grassy quadrangle about which the cloisters perambulate is a small, mean, brick building, with a locked door.
Let us perambulate the parish from the bottom of Digbeth, thirty yards north of the bridge.An History of Birmingham (1783)|William Hutton