walk

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  • From time to time the man got up, and walked around eventually left.
  • A railway station is within a ten minute walk which serves this hospital.
  • He walked to his room and lay down on his bed.
  • The railway station is a short walk from the town centre.
  • Mary used to say that it meant a ten-mile walk of a morning. Cited from Mary Gray, by Katharine Tynan
  • The band was not well received at all and fans walked out of shows.
  • There is a good walking track, along the coast for most of its length.
  • There are a number of short and long walking tracks in the park.
  • The brothers were once walking along a beach and found two trees there.
  • The British walked out of the building and laid down their arms.
  • The hospital is served by University station which is a five-minute walk away.
  • So when he walks to the set he has five people with him.
  • That is the same number as the number of people who walked on the moon.
  • The mountain is located on private land with public access by walking trail.
  • We can't dance now, but we can walk arm-in-arm together still. Cited from Lucretia, by E. B. Lytton, Vol. 1
  • It is an easy ten minute walk from the village along a lane.
  • He caught her up and they walked side by side.
  • Many children had a long walk to school, which could be impossible in bad weather.
  • Most of the time he was alone, sometimes walking up a path.
  • A walk up to the castle is worth the effort though, because of the view.
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Meaning of walk

  • noun The act of traveling by foot
    walking is a healthy form of exercise
  • noun Manner of walking
    he had a funny walk
  • noun The act of walking somewhere
    he took a walk after lunch
  • noun A path set aside for walking
    after the blizzard he shoveled the front walk
  • noun A slow gait of a horse in which two feet are always on the ground
  • verb Use one's feet to advance; advance by steps
    Walk, don't run!, We walked instead of driving, She walks with a slight limp, The patient cannot walk yet, Walk over to the cabinet
  • verb Accompany or escort
    I'll walk you to your car
  • verb Obtain a base on balls
  • verb Traverse or cover by walking
    Walk the tightrope, Paul walked the streets of Damascus, She walks 3 miles every day
  • verb Give a base on balls to
  • verb Live or behave in a specified manner
    walk in sadness
  • verb Be or act in association with
    We must walk with our dispossessed brothers and sisters, Walk with God
  • verb Walk at a pace
    The horses walked across the meadow
  • verb Make walk
    He walks the horse up the mountain, Walk the dog twice a day
  • verb Take a walk; go for a walk; walk for pleasure
    The lovers held hands while walking, We like to walk every Sunday