Example sentences for: pedestrians

How can you use “pedestrians” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • A Times leader in April that same year merely ventured: The saying that there are two sorts of pedestrians, the quick and the dead, is well matured.

  • The dialogue, much of it straight from the book, is full of terse humor (when a cop comes by to interrogate Vaughan about a hit-and-run, Catherine brushes him off: "Vaughan isn't interested in pedestrians").

  • A brown layer of pollution hangs over the city in both hot and cold weather; the seemingly endless hooting of horns down the wide boulevards and the drone of vehicles making painfully slow progress through the narrow streets raises noise levels; and in a city with so many apartments and so little parking it’s no surprise that sidewalks become places to leave your vehicle, and pedestrians must risk life and limb by walking on the roads.

  • Fernandina is exactly the type of town that Celebration would emulate: close, old, quaintly Victorian, rife with sidewalks, history, and pedestrians, and all the forms of old-style American community.

  • And yet, Starr's investigation has been a moral disaster, the equivalent of a high-speed chase in which an armada of police cruisers crumples dozens of cars and injures scores of pedestrians in pursuit of a rowdy teen-ager.


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