Synonyms of 'march'
A Scottish battalion was marching down the street.
More than four thousand people paraded down the Champs Elysées.
They walked in silence for a while.
They filed into the room and sat down.
He paced the room nervously.
She trod casually, enjoying the sensation of bare feet on grass.
He spent a month tramping in the hills around Balmoral.
The burly brute swaggered forward, towering over me, and shouted.
marching for peace and disarmament
She marched in without even knocking.
He struts around the town as though he owns the place.
After a bit of an argument, he stormed out.
She swept into the conference room.
He turned abruptly and strode off down the corridor.
If his patience is tried at meetings he has been known to stalk out.
She flounced out of my room in a huff.
After a short march, the column entered the village.
Organisers expect up to 3000 people to join the march.
the relentless march of technology
phraseon the march
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They clocked up a worldwide sales advance of 27 per cent.
Vast crowds have been demonstrating against the reforms.
Thesaurus for march from the Collins English Thesaurus
March is the third month of the year in the Western calendar .