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pedestrian

pe·des·tri·an

pedestrian

 
 
pronunciation:
p de stri n
parts of speech:
noun, adjective
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part of speech: noun
definition: a person who is walking, esp. on or near a street.
synonyms:
walker
similar words:
hiker, stroller
 
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: of, concerning, or intended for pedestrians.
definition 2: going on foot.
synonyms:
afoot
definition 3: unimaginative or commonplace.
pedestrian literature
synonyms:
banal, commonplace, humdrum, mundane, ordinary, prosaic, prosy, run-of-the-mill, uncreative, unimaginative
antonyms:
stirring
similar words:
conventional, everyday, flat, hackneyed, middling, plodding, stale, stock, stodgy, tedious, trite, usual