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walk out

verb as in go out

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“We don't want the audience to walk out and think 'There's nothing we can do,'” says Hill.

You’d get in a fight with somebody at a bar and it was totally cool to walk out and shoot ‘em.

If Russell Crowe appears with a sword, they walk out of the theater.

And finally, we walk out to the football game and sit down in the bleachers.

It was planned that they would be able to walk out of the property.

Ask one young lady in the company whether she thinks, if she clasped her hands, she could walk out of the room.

He would walk out to meet her, burning with impatience; and he would ask for the paper, and see a blank look come over her face.

He would believe the promise when his prison door stood open, when he was free to walk out unhindered, not before.

Now, let us walk out to the end of this point of land, and see if we can discover any opening in the reef.

Through Theodore I now offered the guards fifty Turkish pounds if they would turn their backs and let me walk out alone.


On this page you'll find 176 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to walk out, such as: depart, exit, decamp, and go on strike.

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