ramble. noun. a long walk in the countryside for enjoyment.
Keeping this in view, what do you call a walk?
A pedestrian is a person travelling on foot, whether walking or running. In modern times, the term usually refers to someone walking on a road or pavement, but this was not the case historically.
Also Know, what can I say instead of walking? Instead of walk, consider:
- Amble: walk easily and/or aimlessly.
- Bounce: walk energetically.
- Careen: pitch dangerously to one side while walking or running.
- Clump: walk heavily and/or clumsily.
- Falter: walk unsteadily.
- Flounder: walk with great difficulty.
- Foot it: (slang) depart or set off by walking.
Moreover, what are the different types of walking?
There are many different types of walking, ranging from an amble, a casual stroll, a steady walk, a brisk walk, power walking, race walking, marathon walking and Nordic walking.
What do you call someone who walks a lot?
peripatetic. Peripatetic is also a noun for a person who travels from one place to another or moves around a lot. If you walk in a circle, you are peripatetic, or walking, but you aren’t a peripatetic, or wanderer, unless you actually go somewhere.