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Walkers and walking for pleasure

walker

noun

someone who walks for pleasure or for exercise

pedestrian

noun

someone who is walking, especially in a town or city, instead of driving or riding

rambler

noun

someone who goes for long walks for enjoyment

passer-by

noun

someone who is walking past a place, especially when an accident or violent event happens

straggler

noun

someone who is going more slowly than other people

wayfarer

noun

a person who travels by walking

wanderer

noun

walking

noun

the activity of going for walks

hiking

noun

the activity of walking for long distances in the countryside. Someone who does this is called a hiker.

rambling

noun

the activity of going for long walks in the countryside for enjoyment

the deep web

a part of the Internet that cannot be accessed with conventional browsers or search tools, often used for illegal activity

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digital hermit

a person who avoids using modern technologies like e-mail or the Internet

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