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- Pedestrian as a Noun
- Definitions of "Pedestrian" as a noun
- Synonyms of "Pedestrian" as a noun (8 Words)
- Usage Examples of "Pedestrian" as a noun
- Pedestrian as an Adjective
- Definitions of "Pedestrian" as an adjective
- Synonyms of "Pedestrian" as an adjective (19 Words)
- Usage Examples of "Pedestrian" as an adjective
- Associations of "Pedestrian" (30 Words)
The synonyms of “Pedestrian” are: footer, walker, person on foot, hiker, rambler, stroller, wayfarer, footslogger, earthbound, prosaic, prosy, dull, plodding, boring, tedious, monotonous, uneventful, unremarkable, tiresome, wearisome, uninspired, uncreative, unimaginative, unexciting, uninteresting, lifeless, dry
Pedestrian as a Noun
Definitions of "Pedestrian" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “pedestrian” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A person walking rather than travelling in a vehicle.
- A person who travels by foot.
Synonyms of "Pedestrian" as a noun (8 Words)
|footer||The height or length of something in feet used only in combinations footer nou a person who travels by foot.|
He hammered a low left footer past the keeper.
|footslogger||Fights on foot with small arms.|
|hiker||A foot traveler; someone who goes on an extended walk (for pleasure.|
He was a hiker of taxes.
|person on foot||A human being.|
|rambler||A person who walks in the countryside for pleasure.|
A ramblers club.
|stroller||A person taking a leisurely walk.|
A little stroller taps on the window and cups his hands in a begging gesture.
|walker||New Zealand runner who in 1975 became the first person to run a mile in less that 3 minutes and 50 seconds (born in 1952.|
He was a keen walker.
|wayfarer||A person who travels on foot.|
Usage Examples of "Pedestrian" as a noun
- The road is so dangerous pedestrians avoid it.
- A pedestrian bridge.
Pedestrian as an Adjective
Definitions of "Pedestrian" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “pedestrian” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Lacking inspiration or excitement; dull.
- Lacking wit or imagination.
Synonyms of "Pedestrian" as an adjective (19 Words)
|boring||Not interesting; tedious.|
I ve got a boring job in an office.
|dry||Of noodles not served in a soup but in a sauce or with dry ingredients.|
Cream conditioners for dry hair.
|dull||(of pain) indistinctly felt; not acute.|
His face glowed in the dull lamplight.
|earthbound||Limited to material existence as distinct from a spiritual or heavenly one.|
An earthbound spaceship.
|lifeless||Lacking animation or excitement or activity.|
A lifeless body.
|monotonous||(of a sound or utterance) lacking in variation in tone or pitch.|
The statistics that he quotes with monotonous regularity.
|plodding||Slow and laborious.|
Plodding methodical Ralph Bellamy.
|prosaic||Not challenging; dull and lacking excitement.|
The masses were too preoccupied by prosaic day to day concerns.
|prosy||Lacking wit or imagination.|
He junked most of the prosy script his handlers had written for him.
|tedious||So lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness.|
Tedious days on the train.
|tiresome||Causing one to feel bored or annoyed.|
The tiresome chirping of a cricket.
|uncreative||Not having or involving imagination or original ideas.|
Repetitive and uncreative work.
|uneventful||Marked by no noteworthy or significant events.|
A place where dull people lead uneventful lives.
|unexciting||Not exciting; dull.|
An unexciting novel.
|unimaginative||Dealing only with concrete facts.|
Even his profanity was unimaginative.
|uninspired||Lacking in imagination or originality.|
|uninteresting||Arousing no interest or attention or curiosity or excitement.|
A very uninteresting account of her trip.
|unremarkable||Not particularly interesting or surprising.|
His early childhood was unremarkable.
|wearisome||So lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness.|
They have schedules and inventories that tell them in wearisome detail what they should look for.
Usage Examples of "Pedestrian" as an adjective
- Disenchantment with their pedestrian lives.
- A pedestrian movie plot.
Associations of "Pedestrian" (30 Words)
|asphalt||Cover with tar or asphalt.|
Asphalt the driveway.
|avenue||A wide street or thoroughfare.|
An avenue of limes.
|boulevard||A wide street in a town or city, typically one lined with trees.|
|crisscross||Marked with crossing lines.|
Wrinkles crisscrossed her face.
|cross||Travel across or pass over.|
Mendel tried crossbreeding.
|crossing||The action of crossing something.|
The cathedral has a lantern tower over the crossing.
|crossover||A point or place of crossing from one side to the other.|
A jazz classical crossover album.
|crossroad||A junction where one street or road crosses another.|
|crosswalk||A marked part of a road where pedestrians have right of way to cross; a pedestrian crossing.|
|delineation||The action of describing or portraying something precisely.|
The eventual delineation of the border between the two states.
|drawbridge||A bridge, especially one over a castle’s moat, which is hinged at one end so that it may be raised to prevent people crossing or to allow vessels to pass under it.|
There was a rattle of chains as the drawbridge was lowered.
|driveway||A road leading up to a private house.|
One of the suspects backed a vehicle into the driveway.
|fordable||Shallow enough to be crossed by walking or riding on an animal or in a vehicle.|
The stream was fordable.
|intersect||Meet at a point.|
The area is intersected only by minor roads.
|intersection||The set of elements common to two or more sets.|
The intersection of a plane and a cone.
|jaywalk||Cross the road at a red light.|
You jaywalked across a busy four lane street.
|junction||The shape or manner in which things come together and a connection is made.|
The junction of two roundels produces a triangular space.
|lamppost||A metal post supporting an outdoor lamp (such as a streetlight.|
|overlap||A part or amount which overlaps.|
There are many overlaps between the approaches.
|overpass||Bridge formed by the upper level of a crossing of two highways at different levels.|
Did not its sublimity overpass a little the bounds of the ridiculous.
|pavement||The hard surface of a road or street.|
He fell and hit his head on the pavement.
A road accident.
|roadway||The part of a bridge or railway used by traffic.|
|route||Send via a specific route.|
All lines of communication were routed through London.
|sidewalk||Walk consisting of a paved area for pedestrians; usually beside a street or roadway.|
|skyway||A covered overhead walkway between buildings.|
Skyways from 18 000 to 40 000 feet resemble a highway system.
|street||People living or working on the same street.|
London street style.
|walk||Walk at a pace.|
There are picnic places and waymarked walks.
|walker||A shoe designed for comfortable walking.|
A fell walker.
|walkway||A path set aside for walking.|