use perambulated in a sentence.
John Aubrey, the antiquary, who "perambulated" Surrey in
As the crowd perambulated among the hellebores and hostas, enjoying the plentiful supplies of champagne and canapes and admiring the elegant garden furniture and sculpture on sale, musicians played.
In my Virginia hometown, people perambulated when they could not drive at a pace somewhere between a saunter and a stroll.
As I perambulated, I noticed a fellow mount a department store mountain bike in front of a restaurant and then ride away.
He responded with a litany of places been and people seen and red carpets perambulated, of yachts boarded and eminent names placed next to him at fancy dinners.