Said “Repent!” to reform street walker (10)
I believe the answer is:
'street walker' is the definition.
'pedestrian' can be an answer for 'walker' (synonyms). I am not sure about the 'street' bit.
'said repent to reform' is the wordplay.
'to reform' indicates anagramming the letters (letters in a new form).
'saidrepent' is an anagram of 'PEDESTRIAN'.
Can you help me to learn more?
(Other definitions for pedestrian that I've seen before include "Walker; prosaic" , "wearer of leather?" , "Hiker" , "A person travelling on foot" , "chap on zebra could be?" .)