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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 ?
But what would you have done, Marilla, if you had been dared to walk a ridgepole?"
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.
Sensing his mood, Helen walked beside him filled with respect.
Perhaps it was the association in her mind of unexpected walks with the newly-born activities of the repentant Nutty that gave her the feeling that there must be some mental upheaval on a large scale at the back of this sudden ebullition of long-distance pedestrianism.
Then they walked on and left Chiss standing in the road sullen and disconsolate.
And so he got up, and walked to the chapel door, and unlocked it, fancying himself the only mourner in all the broad land, and feeding on his own selfish sorrow.
Previously the unknown man had walked, with levity indeed and lightning quickness, but he had walked.
"Certainly, if you wish it;but you are not going to walk to Highbury alone?"
I, who cannot stay in my chamber for a single day without acquiring some rust, and when sometimes I have stolen forth for a walk at the eleventh hour, or four o'clock in the afternoon, too late to redeem the day, when the shades of night were already beginning to be mingled with the daylight, have felt as if I had committed some sin to be atoned for,--I confess that I am astonished at the power of endurance, to say nothing of the moral insensibility, of my neighbors who confine themselves to shops and offices the whole day for weeks and months, aye, and years almost together.
When breakfast was over she walked out by herself, and wandered about the village of Allenham, indulging the recollection of past enjoyment and crying over the present reverse for the chief of the morning.
She did not know that this was the best thing she could have done, and she did not know that, when she began to walk quickly or even run along the paths and down the avenue, she was stirring her slow blood and making herself stronger by fighting with the wind which swept down from the moor.
Usually, also, if the weather permitted, both she and her sister would walk home; Matilda, because she hated the confinement of the carriage; she, because she disliked the privacy of it, and enjoyed the company that generally enlivened the first mile of the journey in walking from the church to Mr.
They meet affectionately, avoid lingering there, and walk towards the upper inland country.
The walk to the beach was no inconsiderable one, consisting as it did of a long, sandy path, upon which a sporadic and tangled growth that bordered it on either side made frequent and unexpected inroads.
IN these rapid, restless shadows, Once I walked at eventide, When a gentle, silent maiden, Walked in beauty at my side She alone there walked beside me All in beauty, like a bride.