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Synonyms for walk

travel on foot

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  • travel on foot
  • go on foot
  • hoof it
  • foot it
  • go by shanks's pony

walk all over someone: take advantage of

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walk all over someone: defeat heavily or utterly

walk in on someone

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walk off or away with something: win

walk out: leave suddenly

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  • leave suddenly
  • storm out
  • get up and go
  • flounce out
  • vote with your feet
  • make a sudden departure
  • take off

walk out: go on strike

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walk out on someone

Synonyms for walk

to go on foot

walk out: to cease working in support of demands made upon an employer

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an act of walking, especially for pleasure

a usually brief and regular journey on foot, especially for exercise

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(baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls

manner of walking

a slow gait of a horse in which two feet are always on the ground

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careers in general

accompany or escort

obtain a base on balls

give a base on balls to

live or behave in a specified manner

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be or act in association with

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walk at a pace

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References in classic literature ?
Anne climbed the ladder amid breathless silence, gained the ridgepole, balanced herself uprightly on that precarious footing, and started to walk along it, dizzily conscious that she was uncomfortably high up in the world and that walking ridgepoles was not a thing in which your imagination helped you out much.
But what would you have done, Marilla, if you had been dared to walk a ridgepole?
You can be good in the Broad Walk all the time, but not at the Round Pond, and the reason is that you forget, and, when you remember, you are so wet that you may as well be wetter.
Then as you walk round, pulling her, you see little men running about her deck, and sails rise magically and catch the breeze, and you put in on dirty nights at snug harbours which are unknown to the lordly yachts.
For a moment during the walk back into town the spell that held them was broken.
In a country life I conceive it to be a sort of necessary; for, let a woman have ever so many resources, it is not possible for her to be always shut up at home;and very long walks, you knowin summer there is dust, and in winter there is dirt.
He grows vespertinal in his habits as the evening of life approaches, till at last he comes forth only just before sundown, and gets all the walk that he requires in half an hour.
Moreover, you must walk like a camel, which is said to be the only beast which ruminates when walking.
Then she ran through the kitchen-gardens again and out into the walk outside the long ivy-covered wall, and she walked to the end of it and looked at it, but there was no door; and then she walked to the other end, looking again, but there was no door.
A somewhat rapid walk for me was but an ordinary pace for him.
I will walk round to the Corner with you, if you don't object; I have plenty of time before my company come; and I want to say a word to you, which I think you will not be displeased to hear.
He strikes into that path, and walks up to the wicket.
I could see only the stretch of green before me, and I felt as if I must walk on forever, without coming to the end of it.
Suddenly he became aware that he had been looking at that tree a long time--at least for five minutes--and it had remained in the same position, although the boy had continued to walk steadily on.
Why, we're not moving forward a bit, no matter how fast we walk," declared Ojo.