. Flâneur (n.) One who saunters, observing society and enjoying the sights. Saunter (v.) To walk leisurely and with no apparent aim. From Middle English santren, (to muse) Muse (v. intransitive) To become lost in thought, to ponder; engage in meditation
Digital (adj.) of or relating to computers or the computer age
In Canada and the US, “dinner” and “supper” might be used slightly differently by some people but are generally considered synonyms. However in Britain, the name you give your meal is a shibboleth that can instantly identify your social origin.