disenchantment with their present, pedestrian lives
A person walking along a road or in a developed area
a person who travels by foot
lacking wit or imagination; "a pedestrian movie plot"
A pedestrian is a person traveling on foot, whether walking or running. In some communities, those traveling using roller skates or skateboards are also considered to be pedestrians. ...
Pedestrian is an alternative rock band based in Los Angeles, California, USA. The band was formed in late 2002 by guitarist/songwriter Joel Shearer.
"The Pedestrian" is a short story by author Ray Bradbury. This story was originally published in 1951 by The Fortnightly Publishing Company. It is included in the collection The Golden Apples of the Sun (1953).
The Pedestrian (Der Fußgänger) is a 1973 film directed by Maximilian Schell. It is about the trial of an elderly war criminal. The film was a co-production between companies in Germany, Switzerland and Israel.
Pedestrianism was a 19th century form of competitive walking, often professional and funded by wagering, from which the modern sport of racewalking developed.
Somebody walking rather than using a vehicle; somebody traveling on foot; Of or intended for those who are walking; Ordinary, dull; everyday; unexceptional
(Pedestrians) people on foot (may include those on bicycle, skateboard, etc.)
A person who travels on foot or who uses assistive devices, such as a wheelchair, for mobility.
Any person not in or on a motor vehicle or other vehicle. Excludes people in buildings or sitting at a sidewalk cafe. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration also uses an “other pedestrian” category to refer to pedestrians using conveyances and people in buildings. ...
A person afoot, in a wheelchair, on skates, or on a skateboard.
A crash involving a vehicle and pedestrian in which the collision between the two is the first event and also took place within the road proper. This type includes a vehicle colliding with someone walking their bicycle in the roadway.
Refers to all people on foot or moving at walking speed, including those who use mobility aids (wheelchairs, scooters etc.), persons with strollers and buggies, and frail elderly persons.
the variable (and audible) part of the roadway for an automobile.
A death or injury caused by a pedestrian being hit by a motor vehicle, bicycle or animal.
(adj) - uninspired, common; dull, slow
Making slow but steady progress / Something that is dull or lacking in originality
is any person involved in a motor-vehicle accident who is not in or upon a motor vehicle or nonmotor vehicle. Includes persons injured while using a coaster wagon, child’s tricycle, roller stakes, etc. ...
a competitive walker. Pedestrianism was a spectator sport in Britain in the 18th and 19th centuries.
a person who travels by foot (walker, runner for example). Also includes people in motorised and non-motorised wheelchairs and people using wheeled recreational devices or toys.
Person on foot; person on skis, skates or roller blades; rider of horse; horse and buggy (each occupant, including the driver, will be listed as a separate pedestrian unit); non-motorized wheel chair.