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Another word for walk

  1. To go on foot

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  1. An act of walking, especially for pleasure

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  2. A usually brief and regular journey on foot, especially for exercise

      1. The act of turning or the condition of being turned; rotation or revolution.
      2. A momentary shock or scare:
      3. A distinctive, graceful, or artistic expression or arrangement of words:
      1. A walk taken regularly for one's health.
      2. A walk that is taken regularly for good health and wellbeing.
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    walk out

  1. To cease working in support of demands made upon an employer

Another word for walk

  1. Manner of walking

      1. A manner of running; gait
      2. A long step in walking or running
      3. Any single forward movement by a four-legged animal, completed when the legs return to their original relative positions
      1. The grooves or ridges for added traction that are on the soles of certain shoes
      2. Something on which a person or thing treads or moves, as the part of a shoe sole, wheel, etc. that touches the ground, the endless belt over cogged wheels of a tractor or tank, the part of a rail on which a car wheel runs, or the horizontal surface of a step in a stairway
      3. Either of the continuous ridged belts with which bulldozers, tanks, and certain other vehicles move over the ground.
      1. (Horses) One of the different ways in which a horse can move, either naturally or as a result of training.
      2. A particular way or manner of moving on foot:
      3. Manner of walking or stepping; bearing or carriage while moving.
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  2. Course over which one walks

      1. A narrow passageway, as of boards laid on the ground.
      2. An opening in a vessel's bulwarks or railing that allows passage on or off
      3. (Nautical) A passage along either side of a ship's upper deck.
      1. A basic design, process, plan, etc., esp. one that functions as a basis for growth or innovation
      2. (Geology) A flat elevated portion of ground.
      3. A horizontal surface raised above the level of the adjacent area, as a stage for public speaking or a landing alongside railroad tracks.
      1. A level, open space of ground, esp. one serving as a public walk or roadway, often along a shore
      1. The area of water between two piers or alongside a pier that receives a vessel for loading, unloading, or repairs:
      2. A landing pier; wharf
      3. A platform extending from a shore over water and supported by piles or pillars, used to secure, protect, and provide access to a boat or ship.
      1. The right, permission, or power to come and go freely:
      2. A journey, especially one by air or water:
      3. A road or path
      1. (Tennis) Either of the narrow lanes, on opposite sides of the court, that extend the singles area for playing doubles
      2. A narrow street or passageway between or behind city buildings.
      3. (Sports) A straight narrow course or track, especially a bowling alley.
      1. A way made for traveling between places, esp. distant places, by automobile, horseback, etc.; highway
      2. The surface of a road; a roadbed.
      3. A course or path:
      1. The people living, working, etc. in the buildings along a given street
      2. A public road in a town or city; esp. a paved thoroughfare with sidewalks and buildings along one or both sides
      3. A public way or road along with the houses or buildings abutting it:
      1. A way of approach to something
      2. A street, esp. a wide, principal one; often, one running at right angles to others called “streets”
      3. (--- Chiefly British) The drive leading from the main road up to a country house.
      1. A public place for such a walk, as an avenue, the deck of a ship, or the hall of a building
      2. A walking or marching figure of a square dance
      3. A leisurely walk, especially one taken in a public place as a social activity.
      1. A supporting structure at the junction of connecting spans of a bridge.
      2. The portion of a wall between windows, doors, or other openings.
      3. A reinforcing structure that projects from a wall; a buttress.
      1. A promenade, especially of planks, along a beach or waterfront.
      2. A walk, often made of wood and elevated, placed along a beach or seafront
      1. The narrow channel, containing lengthwise copper wires or strips carrying electric current, into which track lights are inserted
      2. Athletic sports performed on a track, as running, hurdling, etc.
      3. A path or circuit laid out for running, horse racing, etc.
      1. Something that is drawn along or follows behind; a train:
      2. A mark, trace, course, or path left by a moving body.
      3. A paved or maintained path or track, as for bicycling or hiking
      1. A path for pedestrians.
      2. A narrow path for use by pedestrians only
      3. A narrow path for persons on foot.
      1. A sequence of enzymatic or other reactions by which one biological material is converted to another.
      2. A chain of nerve fibers along which impulses normally travel.
      3. A footpath or other path or track.
      1. A path for pedestrians, usually paved, along the side of a street
      1. The material with which such a surface is made.
      2. A hard smooth surface, especially of a public area or thoroughfare, that will bear travel.
      3. A paved street or road
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  3. A short walking expedition

  4. A base on balls; in baseball

  5. A station in life

  1. To move on foot

  2. To cause to move on foot