Walk synonyms

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The third month of the year, having 31 days
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To be directed around or over:
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A paved or maintained path or track, as for bicycling or hiking
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(Intransitive) To change residence; to remove, as from one house, town, or state, to another; to go and live at another place. See also move out and move in.
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The definition of a hike is a long outdoor walk, or an upward movement.
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A narrow street or walk, specif., a lane behind or alongside a row of buildings or between two rows of buildings that face on adjacent streets
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A station in life
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To walk; to relocate one's self under the power of one's own legs.
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A step of progress; an advance:
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A travel or journey, especially by foot, notably by a pilgrim.
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(Intransitive) To go the rounds along a chain of sentinels; to traverse a police district or beat.
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A momentary shock or scare:
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A walk that is taken regularly for good health and wellbeing.
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To ride is defined as to sit in or on something and move from one place to another.
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The part of a shoe sole that touches the ground.
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To walk in a laborious, heavy-footed way; plod.
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To walk in a showy or affectedly casual manner, as with an exaggerated swaying of the hips and shoulders
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Any of the ways, such as a canter, trot, or walk, by which a horse can move by lifting the feet in different order or rhythm.
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To waddle is to walk with short steps swaying from one side to the other and with an unsteady gait.
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To walk, wander, tramp, or gad
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To walk in a lazy or clumsy manner, barely lifting the feet; shuffle
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Amble means to walk slowly.
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Any of the separate, parallel recording surfaces extending along the length of a magnetic tape
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To regulate the rate of progress, development, etc. of, esp. so as to conserve energy or resources
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To walk around so as to officially inspect and maintain the boundary of (a forest, estate, etc.)
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(Nautical) To fix the foot of (a mast) in its step; to erect.
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Train means to guide, coach or instruct.
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To move or proceed unevenly, jerkily, or laboriously, as because of being impaired, defective, damaged, etc.
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The definition of a stroll is a leisurely or slow walk.
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A rambling; an instance of someone talking at length without direction.
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The manner in which a person or thing is placed or posed, or the manner in which parts are arranged [a dog in a sitting position]; specif., any of various customary postures assumed by an individual [the lotus position] or a couple [the missionary position]
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To go or be together with; attend
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To cause to move on foot
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A hall or corridor that is an entrance or exit or onto which several rooms open; passageway
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Any journey or leg of a journey
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A short trip or excursion, usually for pleasure; an outing.
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(Construction) To brace or support by a strut ot struts; hold in place or strengthen by an upright, diagonal, or transverse support.
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To cause (a mechanism) to operate.
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The definition of a tramp is a homeless vagabond who wanders from place to place, or is slang for a loose woman who is immoral and sleeps with everyone and anyone.
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To move on foot
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To cause to move on foot
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To engage in exercise:
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To lose one's grip on (a ball, for example) momentarily.
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(Intransitive) To walk in a clumsy, lazy manner.
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To be directed in various directions or at multiple objects:
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take a walk; go for a walk; walk for pleasure
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A dance motion consisting of a walk, done while square dancing.
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A slow, leisurely gait
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To hit someone, or behave violently towards them.
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To move (things, for example) from one place or position to another; transfer or shift:
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To accompany or guide, especially as an escort:
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To advance in an unobtrusive, furtive, or coy way:
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To give birth to an animal prematurely.
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(Obs.) To walk or move along stealthily or furtively
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Exposure to public knowledge
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To wander over; roam through
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Adapted for walking, as the feet of certain birds
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A division of a school or college dealing with a particular field of knowledge:
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To move on foot
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(Intransitive) to depart in single file
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To move on foot
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To move from one place to another.
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(Slang) To approach (a person) or visit (a place) in seeking a sex partner
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To move forward at high speed, often with minimal control:
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To spend (time) idly:
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To twist or turn abruptly; jerk
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(Chiefly British) To clutter with or as if with unused articles.
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(UK) A stroller; a baby carriage.
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To hurry; hasten:
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(Intransitive) To act or talk with affected nicety; to affect delicacy in manner.
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To rise up on the hind legs in a lively way, esp. while moving along
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(Intransitive) To change value, often at a steady rate
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To walk with a bold, arrogant, or lordly stride; strut
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To proceed with feeble, unsure steps
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To move on foot
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To cause to enter; to thrust.
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Pavement is defined as the hard, smooth surface of a road or sidewalk.
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(--- Brit.) Such a roadway, etc. leading from the main road to the house on an estate
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The act of moving or revolving around, or as in a circle or orbit; a revolution; as, the periodical circuit of the earth around the sun.
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A period of duty at a single place or job.
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​A gift to the poor or needy.
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To move on foot
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To move on foot
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To give a base on balls; in baseball
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To give a base on balls; in baseball
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To give a base on balls; in baseball
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To give a base on balls; in baseball
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The definition of ambulant is someone who can move around.
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(Medicine) Performed on or involving an ambulatory patient or an outpatient.
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To restrict access to a street to pedestrians only
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A walk made of wooden planks.
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(Archit.) A heavy column, usually square, used to support weight, as at the end of an arch
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A demarcated or enclosed space where the defendant stands or sits in a court of law.
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A free ticket or pass.
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A station in life
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Going about from place to place; wandering.
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Traveling from place to place, especially to perform work or a duty:
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Relating to perambulation.
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Walking on the whole sole, as a human or bear
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A chain of nerve fibers along which impulses normally travel.
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A flat open stretch of pavement or grass, especially one designed as a promenade along a shore.
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A base on balls; in baseball
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to be advanced to first base as a result of being pitched four balls
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(US) A railway; (British) a single railway track. [from 19th c.]
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A narrow path for use by pedestrians only
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To move on foot
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To be directed over or around (an area):
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To move on foot
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To move on foot
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To walk about ostentatiously; show off
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Travel means to go to a different location or to take a trip.
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(Idiomatic) An occupation, role, social class, or lifestyle.
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To hit someone, or behave violently towards them.
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To walk, especially when as a result of regular transportation being unavailable.
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To move on foot
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Lead means showing someone or something the way or how to do something.
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An enclosed shopping centre.
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To move on foot
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To move on foot
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To diddle (cheat)
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To renew the foot of (a stocking, etc.).
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To break up (ore, for example) with a gad.
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To get going; move along.
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To make a path in, or on (something), or for (someone).
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To move on foot
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To trudge over or through.
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To move on foot
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To stretch is to last longer than expected or to cause something to last longer than expected.
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To walk in a carefree manner.
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(Artillery) To rotate a gun around a vertical axis to bear upon a military target.
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To wade is to walk through a shallow area of water or other substance or to move slowly through something tedious.
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Hoof is defined as to walk, kick or trample, or is slang for to dance.
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A path, passage, etc. for pedestrians, esp. one that is sheltered
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A slow, easy stroll or walk outdoors.
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manner of walking
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Such a road apart from its sidewalks
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(Nautical) A light deck, usually placed in a section of the hold or over the floor of the magazine.
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An opening in the bulwark of a ship through which passengers may board.
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(Law) An English legal ceremony in which an official from a town or parish walks around it to delineate and record its boundaries.
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An occupying or being occupied; specif., the seizure and control of a country or area by military forces
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To travel through or over; traverse.
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To engage in buying and selling for profit.
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An advance to first base that is awarded to a batter who takes four pitches that are balls.
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Walking is defined as the act of strolling.
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(US) A footpath, usually paved, at the side of a road for the use of pedestrians; a pavement (UK) or footpath (Australia); by extension, any paved footpath, even if not located at the side of a road.
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A base on balls; in baseball
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Of or caused by an upright position
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Of, relating to, or made for pedestrians:
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Constantly travelling; itinerant; nomadic.
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