boast (part of speech: verb)
- Here the wealthy Florentines drive, the middle classes saunter and ride bicycles, the poor enjoy picnics, and the English take country walks. - "A Wanderer in Florence", E. V. Lucas.
- At intervals one or two would leisurely fall out of the line and saunter towards the inn, leaving their places to others as leisurely sauntering from the inn. - "The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales", Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.
- When he emerged a few moments later it was to saunter slowly on toward his apartments. - "The Return of Tarzan", Edgar Rice Burroughs.