stroll Definition

a leisurely walk, especially one taken in a public place for pleasure or to enhance well-being.

Using stroll: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "stroll" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    We decided to take a stroll along the beach.

  • Example

    He strolled through the park, enjoying the sunshine.

  • Example

    They strolled hand in hand down the street.

  • Example

    She likes to stroll around the city center on weekends.

stroll Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for stroll

Antonyms for stroll

Phrases with stroll

  • to go for a leisurely walk


    Let's take a stroll through the park.

  • to revisit memories of the past


    Looking at old photos always makes me want to take a stroll down memory lane.

  • an easy or effortless task


    For him, solving that math problem was a stroll in the park.

Origins of stroll

from Middle English 'strollen', meaning 'to stroll, wander'


Summary: stroll in Brief

The term 'stroll' [strohl] refers to a leisurely walk taken for pleasure or well-being. It is often used to describe a relaxed pace, as in 'He strolled through the park, enjoying the sunshine.' 'Stroll' is also used in phrases like 'take a stroll,' meaning to go for a leisurely walk, and 'stroll down memory lane,' meaning to revisit memories of the past.

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