Part of speech:
An extended adventurous voyage or trip.
The definition of a walk is a period of movement on foot.
A leisurely walk.
A leisurely and aimless walk; stroll
A bend, turn, or winding, as of a stream or path.
To turn aside, especially to depart temporarily from the main subject in writing or speaking; stray.
To betray is to be disloyal, to reveal secrets, or to reveal your location to an enemy.
(Informal) To be sexually unfaithful:
(West) To range far afield in a drove, as in seeking pasture or escaping a storm
To rove over or through.
(Nautical) To veer to leeward from a former course; fall off.
To traverse on foot:
To connect by running a thread through; string:
To wrap or cover by encircling with something turned in the manner of a coil; entwine
To unite by close connection or intermixture.
To turn aside or cause to turn aside sharply or suddenly from a straight line, course, etc.
To provide for one's own needs; get along:
Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
To inspect (an area) on foot.
To break up (ore, for example) with a gad.
(Now rare) To range at large, or without restraint.
To turn aside (from a course, direction, standard, doctrine, etc.); diverge; digress
To vary, as from a regular course; deviate:
(Mathematics) To fail to approach a limit.
To go on an extended walk for pleasure or exercise.
To move along; now usually, to stroll or amble along
The definition of an excursion is a short outing or trip, generally with a specific purpose.
To keep up in a race or contest:
An action taken to achieve an objective; a maneuver:
Approach means to move close to something.
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