To walk at a leisurely pace; stroll. (verb-intransitive)
A leisurely pace. (noun)
A leisurely walk or stroll. (noun)
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Use "saunter" in a sentence
""Jason Dufner's walk defines the word 'saunter,'" Graeme McDowell tweeted."
"Sax liked Thoreau's explanation for the word saunter: from à la Sainte Terre, describing pilgrims on their way to the Holy Land."
"The word saunter, like many others, can't be traced back very far (AHD: Probably from Middle English santren, to muse), but of course that doesn't stop people from trying, and this word has a particularly enjoyable pseudo-etymology, discussed in the following typically piquant passage from one of the stories in Kim Stanley Robinson's The Martians (a book I recommend to anyone who likes thoughtful, human-oriented science fiction):Long walks around Odessa at the end of the day."