Do you know other words to say ‘go’?
Today we will learn about the substitutes of ‘go’.
- Pace: walk at a steady and consistent speed.
E.g. “She quickened her pace when she thought someone was following her.”
- Stroll: walk in a slow, relaxed manner.
E.g. “We sometimes stroll along the beach.”
- Travel: to make a journey, usually over a long distance.
E.g. “My friend is travelling alone to United States.”
- Waddle: walk with short steps in a clumsy swaying motion.
E.g. “My little brother is waddling around the living room.”
- Wander: walk or move in a leisurely, casual, or aimless way.
E.g. “We are wandering all day around the city.”
- Lope: run or move with in an easy and relaxed way, taking a long bounding strike.
E.g. “They would lope out to the park two miles away and walk back.”
- Move: the act of changing location from one place to another.
E.g. “He stood up and began to move around the room.”
- Hurtle: move with a rushing sound.
E.g. “His motorboat hurtled along the river.”
- Abscond: run away; usually includes taking something along.
E.g. “He attempted to abscond from the punishment.”
- Evade: escape or avoid something either physically or mentally.
E.g. “I could tell that he was trying to evade the issue.”