To stride is to walk along, especially with large steps.(verb)
An example of stride is when you walk down the street purposefully, wanting to quickly get to your destination.
The definition of an example of stride is a long step or working in such a way to make good progress.(noun)
See stride in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME striden < OE stridan, akin to Ger streiten, to quarrel < IE *streidh- < base *(s)ter-, to be stiff, rigid > stare, starve
See stride in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb strode strode (strōd), strid·den (strĭdˈn), strid·ing, strides verb, intransitive
Origin: Middle English striden
Origin: , from Old English strīdan.
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