Thesaurus / walk
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
"We will go for a walk to-day," said the oblate, rubbing his hands.
EN ROUTEJ.-K. (JORIS-KARL) HUYSMANS
But if he could only walk, it wouldn't make much difference.
THE TELENIZERDON THOMPSON
I stopped at the end of the walk and saw the sunshine out over the wide 'Virginia meadows.'
TEN AMERICAN GIRLS FROM HISTORYKATE DICKINSON SWEETSER
I have put myself out of sorts for the day, and shall go and walk, unless the direction of this sets me up again.
THE LETTERS OF CHARLES DICKENSCHARLES DICKENS
If you desire to avoid observation you can remain here until it grows darker, and then you can walk up to the mansion.
A BICYCLE OF CATHAYFRANK R. STOCKTON
If not we'll walk to that village with the church over there and see if we can get something on wheels to pursue August with.
THE ADVENTURES OF ELIZABETH IN RGENELIZABETH VON ARNIM
As he hastened up the little drive, his walk, usually so dignified and elastic, became a shamble.
THE YELLOW HOUSEE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
He led her to a bench in the middle of the walk that runs about the basin.
PIERRE AND LUCEROMAIN ROLLAND
Decided it was too warm to walk in the afternoon, so lay down on our beds, mustering in great force for afternoon coffee.
IN A GERMAN PENSIONKATHERINE MANSFIELD
It was a lovely morning and they enjoyed their walk very much.
ELLA CLINTONMARTHA FARQUHARSON
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