–verb (used with object)
1. to walk through,
or over; travel through; traverse.
2. to traverse in order to examine or inspect.
–verb (used without object)
3. to walk or travel about; stroll.
Sticking strictly to [elemental], M. Vadim, and Levy tell of a young lady in a town on the Riviera who is a perambulating peril to all males. She tempts them with her unrestrained gyrations. She joys in having them chase after her. Coincidentally, she finds it hard to resist them. "It's like an illness," she says.
Well he'd like us to think that he's writing a novel, but we all know he just goes out and gallivants with freshmen [women] trying to relive Jane.
As if we weren't concerned enough after her disturbing debut as Jenny in Kids; traipsing [across] town
Hurt, playing a cocky but lazy lawyer named Ned Racine, is strolling on a pier where an exhausted band is [listlessly] playing.
After dinner, they stroll [into] the drawing room, where we glimpse a woman's purse, filled with chicken feathers and rooster claws.
Perambulate & Traverse