Flâneur

Flâneur (pron), from the French noun flâneur, means `stroller`, `lounger`, `saunterer`, or `loafer`. Flânerie refers to the act of strolling, with all of its accompanying associations. The flâneur was, first of all, a literary type from 19th century France, essential to any picture of the streets of Paris. The word carried a set of ric...
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Flaneur

• (n.) One who strolls about aimlessly; a lounger; a loafer.
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Flaneur

Fla`neur' noun [ French, from flâner to stroll.] One who strolls about aimlessly; a lounger; a loafer.
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Flâneur

a social type who wanders cities, enjoying the sights and the crowd
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