Can you guess what I’m doing today? Getting rid of crutch words in the MS.
The LOOK family.
Peer, peek, inspected, viewed, checked, glimpse, glance, surveyed, read, stared, glared, Eyeing, watch*
The WALK family/STEP
Stepped = walk, moved to, sauntered, sashayed, ambled, lumbered, limped, strutted, stride, sprinted, raced, ran, jumped, leaped, thrust, pushed, trudged, pranced, dance, dash, slog, accompanied, advanced, amble, approach, barge, boot, bounces, brush, burst, careen, canter, clump, clomp, crawl, creep, danced, dart, dash, dawdle, escort, exercises, falter, filed, flounders, forge, gimps, glides, goes, goose step, hasten, hike, hobble, hop, hoof it, hurry, jog, lead, limp, loiter, lumber, lurch, march, meander, mosey, move, navigate, pace, pad, paddle, parading, patrol, pitter patter, plod, prance, proceed, promenade, prowl, race, ramble, reeling, roam, rove, run, rush, sashay, saunter, scramble, scurry, shuffle, skip, slink, slither, slog, soar, sprint, sneak, stalk, step, sidestep, stamp, stomp, storm, stride, stroll, strut, stumble, stagger, swagger, tiptoe, titter totter, tour, tramp, tromp, traverse, tread, track, trek, troop, trod, trot, trudge, wade, wander, waddle, zip