Sentence for stride | Use stride in a sentence

Sentences for stride. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use stride in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for stride.

  • De Craye took a stride. (10)
  • From that to cock-crow at a stride. (10)
  • He took a stride to inspirit his wits. (10)
  • Pole stood up and took an angry stride. (10)
  • Herr Paul began to stride about the room. (8)
  • His clothes were loose, his stride was springy. (8)
  • At one stride Athwart the Law he stood for sovereign sway. (10)
  • Carinthia came on at her bold mountain stride to within hail of him. (10)
  • They watched his abrupt muscular stride through the grounds of the house. (10)
  • Only I do see, that the firm stepping-place asks for a long stride to be taken. (10)
  • Walking up and down with the stride of a dervish, she fought against her darkening fears. (12)
  • He entered with a rapid stride, and struck his hands together gladly at sight of Vittoria. (10)
  • I can supply you with no weapons for the sort of stride in which young men are usually engaged. (10)
  • His long stride had not varied; there was the usual pale, observant, sarcastic expression on his face. (8)
  • Her stride from the axle of the wheel to the step higher would have been a graceful spectacle on Alpine crags. (10)
  • He started with a swinging stride, keeping his eyes fixed on the road, the perspiration streaming down his face. (8)
  • Trot and stride, Crossjay and Vernon entered the park, careless about wet grass, not once looking at the house. (10)
  • Suddenly she started off at a quick stride to her own room, saying that it must be sleepiness which affected her so. (10)
  • A young man with a military stride, but out of uniform, had stepped from a travelling carriage and entered a cigar-shop. (10)
  • Right down she went, full tilt, and after her went Lennan, lying back, and expecting the bay mare to come down at every stride. (8)
  • He never ceased to chatter to Vernon Whitford walking beside him with a swinging stride off to the lake for their morning swim. (10)
  • The door was opened, and a tall creature, whose eyes were large and brown, whose face was rosy and ironical, entered with a manly stride. (8)
  • Sentinels paced up and down the confused front with a lounging freedom of mien and stride that would not have been tolerated at another time. (7)
  • That thin-waisted figure with head set just a little forward between rather high shoulders, and its long stride, curiously suggested a leopard or some lithe creature. (8)

Also see sentences for: pace, step, stroll, tramp, tread, walk.

Definition of stride:

  • stride, strd, v.i. to walk with long steps: to straddle. | v.t. to pass over at a step: to bestride, ride upon: | pa.t. strde (_obs. strid); pa.p. strid’den. | n. a long step, the space passed over in such. (0)

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