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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
walk (verb)
intransitive verb
1.
a) obsolete - roam wander
b) of a spirit to move about in visible form - appear
c) of a ship to make headway
2.
a) to move along on foot advance by steps
b) to come or go easily or readily
c) to go on foot for exercise or pleasure
d) to go at a walk
3.
a) to pursue a course of action or way of life conduct oneself - behave walk warily
b) to be or act in association continue in union - the British and American peoples will…walk together side by side … in peace Sir Winston Churchill
c) - walk out walked over problems with management
4.
to go to first base as a result of a base on balls
5.
of an inanimate object
a) to move in a manner that is suggestive of - walking
b) to stand with an appearance suggestive of strides - pylons walking across the valley
6.
of an astronaut to move about in space outside a spacecraft
7.
transitive verb
to avoid criminal prosecution or conviction - walked on a technicality
1.
a) to pass on foot or as if on foot through, along, over, or upon - traverse perambulate walk the streets walk a tightrope
b) to perform or accomplish by going on foot - walk guard
2.
a) to cause (an animal) to go at a walk take for a walk - walking a dog
b) (1) to cause to move by walking - walked her bicycle up the hill
(2) to haul (as an anchor) by walking round the capstan
3.
to follow on foot for the purpose of measuring, surveying, or inspecting - walk a boundary
4.
a) to accompany on foot walk with - walked her home
b) to compel to walk (as by a command)
c) to bring to a specified condition by walking - walked us off our feet
5.
to move (an object) in a manner suggestive of walking
6.
to perform (a dance) at a walking pace - walk a quadrille
7.
to give a base on balls to
walk (noun)
1.
a) an act or instance of going on foot especially for exercise or pleasure - go for a walk
b) - space walk
2.
an accustomed place of - walking haunt
3.
a place designed for walking
a) a railed platform above the roof of a dwelling house
b) (1) a path specially arranged or paved for walking
(2) - sidewalk
c) a public avenue for promenading - promenade
d) - ropewalk
4.
a place or area of land in which animals feed and exercise with minimal restraint
5.
distance to be - walked a quarter mile walk from here
6.
British a ceremonial procession
7.
manner of living - conduct behavior
8.
a) the gait of a biped in which the feet are lifted alternately with one foot not clear of the ground before the other touches
b) the gait of a quadruped in which there are always at least two feet on the ground , specifically a 4-beat gait of a horse in which the feet strike the ground in the sequence near hind, near fore, off hind, off fore
c) a low rate of speed - the shortage of raw materials slowed production to a walk
9.
a route regularly traversed by a person in the performance of a particular activity (as patrolling, begging, or vending)
10.
characteristic manner of walking - his walk is just like his father's
11.
a) social or economic status - all walks of life
b) (1) range or sphere of action - field province
(2) - vocation
12.
- base on balls
13.
an easy victory - won in a walk
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
walk (noun)
1.
a relaxed journey on foot for exercise or pleasure
SYNONIMS:
amble, constitutional, perambulation, ramble, range, saunter, stroll, turn, wander
RELATED WORDS:
parade, paseo, promenade; expedition, hike, march, peregrination, traipse, tramp, travel, traversal, traverse, trek, trip, walkabout; excursion, jaunt, junket, outing, sally, sashay, spin, tour; pilgrimage, progress, safari
walk (noun)
2.
a region of activity, knowledge, or influence
SYNONIMS:
area, arena, bailiwick, barony, business, circle, demesne, department, discipline, domain, element, fief, fiefdom, firmament, front, game, kingdom, line, precinct, province, realm, specialty, sphere, terrain, walk
RELATED WORDS:
frontier; study, subject; territory, turf; occupation, profession, pursuit, racket, vocation; ambit, amplitude, breadth, compass, confine, dimension(s), extent, ken, reach, scope, sweep, width; subfield, subspecialty
walk (noun)
3.
a public place for strolling
SYNONIMS:
boardwalk, mall, walk
RELATED WORDS:
walkway; alameda, allée; arcade, colonnade, galleria, gallery; plaza
walk (verb)
1.
to go on foot
SYNONIMS:
ambulate, foot (it), hoof (it), leg (it), pad, step, traipse, tread
RELATED WORDS:
parade, promenade; march, pace, step out, stride, troop; power walk; hike, peregrinate, trek; amble, mosey, perambulate, ramble, saunter, stroll, wander; clump, stomp, stump, tramp, trample, tromp; footslog, plod, trudge; gimp, hobble, limp; mince, prance, pussyfoot, tiptoe; bounce, sashay, stalk, strut, swagger; falter, lumber, lurch, pound, scuff, shamble, shuffle, stagger, stumble, toddle, waddle; nip, tap, trip, trot
walk (verb)
2.
to refuse to work in order to force an employer to meet demands
SYNONIMS:
walk, walk out
RELATED WORDS:
sit in; lock out
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