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How to use pedestrianism in a sentence

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He has moved from iconoclasm to pedestrianism, and is increasingly incoherent.
By this extraordinary effort of pedestrianism, he netted the sum of a hundred guineas, which had been staked on his success.
His new book, Walking through Scotland's History, examines pedestrianism from Roman Legions to travelling folk, via missionaries and Jacobites.
It would be churlish to note the disparity between Spark's fastidious energy and the pedestrianism of this book, were the disparity not so glaring.
There are obvious features in which Mr. Gordon's dance vocabulary borrows from ballet, and yet his idiom is largely elaborate pedestrianism.
So there's always a chance that, if a pedestrian poem finds its way into the magazine, it'll be a stellar example of pedestrianism.
Yet more engaging is the body language here: democratic dance in excelsis, pedestrianism raised into utopian poetry.
The women bend their spines, they extend their legs, they sustain specific arm positions, and yet there's a quality of pedestrianism to all they do.
Pedestrianism had become hugely popular, and the newspapers of the day were enthusiastically playing up the challenge.
Examples from Classical Literature
Now, their manner of doing this I denounce as the most revolting specimen of self-distortion and pedestrianism imaginable.
I had enjoyed all the pleasures of pedestrianism that I wished, and told Naigle to get me a horse for to-morrow.
The shoe is the product of civilization and properly chosen is preferable for pedestrianism in the city and on country roads.
I said this with an artful delicacy, meant to imply that I was pointing at a very great and valuable privilege of pedestrianism.
He felt that his unworthy friend was bringing disgrace upon the causes of poetry and pedestrianism.
He was a little footsore from his previous day's pedestrianism, and he could make up his mind for no long excursions.
Now, the true charm of pedestrianism does not lie in the walking, or in the scenery, but in the talking.
He gave it up in the spring of 1809, and returned to leisure, poetry, and pedestrianism.
Away from the pedestrianism of night markets, the National Palace Museum offers a different kind of a visual feast.
Australia defended, defended, defended, but there was a pedestrianism about Wales' whole approach in that period.
To be fair, the one-paced pedestrianism displayed at Burnley was improved upon, slightly.
She could dance untiringly for hours, but other pedestrianism wearied her.
Thus, in pedestrianism, other new times have since been set up.
How it contrasts with hot and perspiring pedestrianism, and dusty and deafening railroad rush, and tedious jolting behind tired horses over blinding white roads!
Pedestrianism mutated from the rough terrain tradition of Guto Nyth Brn via racing along tramways and canals into modern athletics and the Olympics.
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