perambulate

Move vs Perambulate - What's the difference?

move | perambulate | Synonyms |

Move is a synonym of perambulate.


In lang=en terms the difference between move and perambulate

is that move is to propose; to recommend; specifically, to propose formally for consideration and determination, in a deliberative assembly; to submit, as a resolution to be adopted; as, to move to adjourn while perambulate is to inspect (an area) on foot.

As verbs the difference between move and perambulate

is that move is to change place or posture; to stir; to go, in any manner, from one place or position to another while perambulate is to walk about, roam or stroll.

As a noun move

is the act of moving; a movement.

Perambulate vs Waddle - What's the difference?

perambulate | waddle | Related terms |

Perambulate is a related term of waddle.


In lang=en terms the difference between perambulate and waddle

is that perambulate is to inspect (an area) on foot while waddle is to walk with short steps, tilting the body from side to side.

As verbs the difference between perambulate and waddle

is that perambulate is to walk about, roam or stroll while waddle is to walk with short steps, tilting the body from side to side.

As a noun waddle is

a swaying gait.

Paddle vs Perambulate - What's the difference?

paddle | perambulate | Related terms |

Paddle is a related term of perambulate.


In lang=en terms the difference between paddle and perambulate

is that paddle is to spank with a paddle while perambulate is to inspect (an area) on foot.

As verbs the difference between paddle and perambulate

is that paddle is to propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc or paddle can be (british) to walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside while perambulate is to walk about, roam or stroll.

As a noun paddle

is a two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat.

High-tail vs Perambulate - What's the difference?

high-tail | perambulate | Related terms |

High-tail is a related term of perambulate.


As a verb perambulate is

to walk about, roam or stroll.

Slide vs Perambulate - What's the difference?

slide | perambulate | Related terms |

Slide is a related term of perambulate.


In lang=en terms the difference between slide and perambulate

is that slide is to pass along smoothly or unobservedly; to move gently onward without friction or hindrance while perambulate is to inspect (an area) on foot.

As verbs the difference between slide and perambulate

is that slide is (ergative) to (cause to) move in continuous contact with a surface while perambulate is to walk about, roam or stroll.

As a noun slide

is an item of play equipment that children can climb up and then slide down again.

Slouch vs Perambulate - What's the difference?

slouch | perambulate | Related terms |

Slouch is a related term of perambulate.


In lang=en terms the difference between slouch and perambulate

is that slouch is to walk in a clumsy, lazy manner while perambulate is to inspect (an area) on foot.

As verbs the difference between slouch and perambulate

is that slouch is to hang or droop; to adopt a limp posture while perambulate is to walk about, roam or stroll.

As a noun slouch

is a hanging down of the head; a drooping posture; a limp appearance.

Ride vs Perambulate - What's the difference?

ride | perambulate | Related terms |

Ride is a related term of perambulate.


As verbs the difference between ride and perambulate

is that ride is while perambulate is to walk about, roam or stroll.

Toddle vs Perambulate - What's the difference?

toddle | perambulate | Related terms |

Toddle is a related term of perambulate.


As verbs the difference between toddle and perambulate

is that toddle is to walk unsteadily, as a small child does while perambulate is to walk about, roam or stroll.

Flow vs Perambulate - What's the difference?

flow | perambulate | Related terms |

Flow is a related term of perambulate.


In lang=en terms the difference between flow and perambulate

is that flow is to discharge excessive blood from the uterus while perambulate is to inspect (an area) on foot.

As verbs the difference between flow and perambulate

is that flow is to move as a fluid from one position to another while perambulate is to walk about, roam or stroll.

As a noun flow

is a movement in people or things with a particular way in large numbers or amounts.

Hasten vs Perambulate - What's the difference?

hasten | perambulate | Related terms |

Hasten is a related term of perambulate.


As a noun hasten

is .

As a verb perambulate is

to walk about, roam or stroll.

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