Thesaurus / walk through
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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When these had been put upon his feet, the Prince, accompanied by the King, started to walk through the city.
RINKITINK IN OZL. FRANK BAUM
But suppose he did get magic and the devil to help him, and walk through the fire after all?
ROMOLAGEORGE ELIOT
He rode at a walk through the streets, and when he got beyond the limits of the town touched the horse with his spurs.
A walk through the streets, when undertaken without a special purpose, is more oppressive than refreshing.
So it was arranged, and, leaving the others hidden in the barn, the two cadets started to walk through the woods to the road.
THE ROVER BOYS ON A HUNTARTHUR M. WINFIELD (EDWARD STRATEMEYER)
It will now be our gentle pleasure to walk through crisp and rustling leaves.
IN THE OPENSTANTON DAVIS KIRKHAM
I continued my walk through the numerous winding paths, as chance or curiosity directed me.
It is one of the joys of earth to walk through the Grand Avenue of Dungeness at sunset.
If you're not, you might walk through all the Arabian Nights and only feel bored and uncomfortable.
The walk through the sylvan part of the glen, tortuous, and rarely on level ground, brings many beautiful wild–flowers into view.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.