"Why not walk over to the old Omnibus House," suggested Grace.
Suppose we walk over to that clump of trees on the other side of the track.
"Walk over me now," he muttered in a sort of astounded and discomfited whisper.
"Well, then, I 'll walk over and see you in the evening," said Massingbred.
I was to walk over to Portabandon, to return the curate's call.
Was it possible that she cared to walk over the land because it was his land?
The Premier, who was said to have "run away" to Fife, after all had a "walk over."
You've thrust me into the mire so that you could walk over dry-shod.'
I directed them the way to walk over by Newmoor and across the brook.
It was evident that his father did not mean to speak to him, but he could not push by him or walk over him.