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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

Synonyms for walk

(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 ?
Young men with shining red faces walked awkwardly about with girls on their arms.
Anne would have been particularly obliged to her cousin, if he would have walked by her side all the way to Camden Place, without saying a word.
For a moment he felt such a weakness in his legs that he could hardly stand; then he walked after her quickly; he touched her on the arm.
Colonel," said Father Brown, "I tell you that this archangel of impudence who stole your forks walked up and down this passage twenty times in the blaze of all the lamps, in the glare of all the eyes.
City life does not agree with me at all," remarked the Lion, as they walked along at a brisk pace.
These were pleasant feelings, and she walked about and indulged them till it was necessary to do as the others did, and collect round the strawberrybeds.
I walk out into a nature such as the old prophets and poets, Menu, Moses, Homer, Chaucer, walked in.
They walked along the road through the valley, and chiefly in silence, for Marianne's MIND could not be controlled, and Elinor, satisfied with gaining one point, would not then attempt more.
She walked round and round the gardens and wandered about the paths in the park.
Whether I walked with the young ladies or rode with their parents, depended upon their own capricious will: if they chose to 'take' me, I went; if, for reasons best known to themselves, they chose to go alone, I took my seat in the carriage.
I am not going to tread upon forbidden ground, Helena,' says Neville, when they have walked some distance and are turning; 'you will understand in another moment that I cannot help referring to-- what shall I say?
She threw out her arms as if swimming when she walked, beating the tall grass as one strikes out in the water.
And it walked on tippiety-toe, so as it wouldn't wake itself, 'cause it thought it were asleep.
The others then stopped, too, and walked back to the boy.
In the summer of 1842, our hero stopped once again at the well- known station; and leaving his bag and fishing-rod with a porter, walked slowly and sadly up towards the town.