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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
verb tr., intr.: To walk through; to roam.
From Latin perambulare (to walk through), from per- (through) + ambulare (to walk). Ultimately from the Indo-European root ambhi- (around), which is also the source of ambulance, alley, preamble, bivouac, and obambulate. Earliest documented use: 1450.
“The state is home to a number of series where the deceased perambulate (‘The Walking Dead’, ‘Resurrection’).”
Brian Lowry; Increased Shooting in Georgia is About More Than Location; Variety (Los Angeles); May 6, 2014.
See more usage examples of perambulate in Vocabulary.com’s dictionary.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:O innocent victims of Cupid, / Remember this terse little verse: / To let a fool kiss you is stupid, / To let a kiss fool you is worse. -Yip Harburg, lyricist (8 Apr 1896-1981)
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