walk[ wawk ]SEE DEFINITION OF walk
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WALK
To the disgust of the latter, Robert actually had the presumption to walk home with Hester.
At Percival's suggestion of a walk, Miss Milbrey was delighted.
"I'll walk a bit with you," said his sister, donning her jacket and a cap.
"You'll be too proud to walk with your ould mother," said Mrs. Malone.
We can only crawl along, having to walk and lead the horses, or at least drag them.
Early this morning we continued on, Windich's horse scarcely able to walk.
I had hard work to get them along, and at last they would not walk.
I think I'll walk down to Hanford's and have the matter adjusted.
They may walk, to be sure, but it is exactly the inducement to walk that they require.
Mr. Gladstone was in good health, and in the afternoon went out for a walk.