Definition of Strolling

1. Verb. (present participle of stroll) ¹



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Definition of Strolling

1. stroll [v] - See also: stroll

Lexicographical Neighbors of Strolling

strokelike
stroken
strokeplay
stroker
strokers
strokes
strokesman
strokesmen
stroking
strokings
stroll
strolled
stroller
strollerobics
strollers
strolling (current term)
strollingly
strolls
stroma
stromal
stromata
stromateid
stromateid fish
stromatic
stromatolite
stromatolites
stromatolith
stromatoliths
stromatolitic
stromatology

Literary usage of Strolling

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Dictionary of National Biography by Leslie Stephen (1885)
"After joining a company strolling through Ireland, and gaining some experience of the stage, he embarked for Scotland, and presently accepted an engagement ..."

2. Essentials in Music History by Thomas Tapper, Percy Goetschius (1914)
"This power was wielded by the strolling or vagrant players and pipers who, ... The resemblance between these strolling players and the histrions,* or ..."

3. The Drama and the Stage by Ludwig Lewisohn (1922)
"The strolling Players THE strolling players of Scarron have joined those others who traveled in the car of Thespis. The wandering comedian belongs to a ..."

4. The Drama and the Stage by Ludwig Lewisohn (1922)
"The strolling Players THE strolling players of Scarron have joined those others who traveled in the car of Thespis. The wandering comedian belongs to a ..."

5. Dramatic Essays by William Hazlitt, William Archer, Robert William Lowe (1818)
"MINOR THEATRES—strolling PLAYERS. London Magazine (No. III.), Marc/!, 1820. ONE reason that makes the Minor Theatres interesting is, that they are the ..."

6. Wanderings Among the Falashas in Abyssinia: Together with a Description of by Henry Aaron Stern (1862)
"As we advanced, a party of strolling minstrels, which consisted of a cunning old scamp, a lad, and two young women, on emerging out of a hollow caught sight ..."

7. English Actors from Shakespeare to Macready by Henry Barton Baker (1879)
"Ward was a strolling manager when Roger Kemble, who united hair-dressing with acting, eloped with his daughter, a great beauty, who had once been tempted by ..."

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