Definitions for "Stroll"
Keywords:  leisurely, ramble, wander, walk, idly
To wander on foot; to ramble idly or leisurely; to rove.
A wandering on foot; an idle and leisurely walk; a ramble.
a leisurely walk (usually in some public place)
Baudelaire, who was forced to flee his creditors by moving to Belgium, complained that "strolling, something that nations with imagination love, is not possible in Brussels." See: DRIFTER, FLÂNEUR, SAUNTER.
doing something well
Keywords:  pianist, soloist, maybe, omit, piano
Omit the piano. A soloist (playing a horn) strolls when he plays for a time with bass and drums only (or maybe the pianist strolls outside to have a smoke).
Keywords:  buddy, hunt, casual
A casual buddy hunt.
Keywords:  diagonal, forward, step, behind, lock
A forward diagonal step followed by a cross behind (lock) and another step forward
Step forward left. Step forward right.
A street, strip, or neighborhood that sees heavy street action.
Keywords:  lay, see
See lay out