I think I'll walk down to Hanford's and have the matter adjusted.
We had by tacit consent begun to walk down the path toward the road.
I am going directly home, too; and we will walk down together.
The party is broken up in order to walk down to our rendezvous.
With a laugh he caught her hand and made her walk down the hospital steps.
Walk down Michigan avenue, take a taxi home—what else was there to do?
Several parties of students have gone by, to take a walk down the road.
Walk down to the Imperium with me, Harry, and have a bit of lunch.
They could not walk down it together, for they had to be either more or less to each other than that.
Hanged if I'll walk down a church aisle, Maria—hanged if I do!