Thesaurus / walked through
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Austen was hailed by those in the outer office, but he walked through them as though the place were empty.
MR. CREWE'S CAREER, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
As a mighty chief he walked through the valley and mingled with the people.
LEGENDS OF GODS AND GHOSTS (HAWAIIAN MYTHOLOGY)W. D. (WILLIAM DRAKE) WESTERVELT
We walked through the yard and across the street arm in arm.
THE GOLDEN ROADFRANK WALLER ALLEN
The two walked through the long deserted corridor overhanging the cloisters, and entered the tenantless writing room.
THE DESERTER, AND OTHER STORIESHAROLD FREDERIC
And so we walked through the great lane towards the wood, silent, just because we had so much to say to each other.
MAJOR FRANKA. L. G. BOSBOOM-TOUSSAINT
As he walked through the Gallowgate, an ancient narrow street, full of low courts, some one touched him upon the arm.
ROBERT FALCONERGEORGE MACDONALD
"It seems as if nothing had happened," he said, as they walked through the spring night.
ERIK DORNBEN HECHT
Called upon Mr. Crook and walked through his warehouse, a large stock of cotton, woollen blankets, counterpanes and stockings.
A JOURNEY TO AMERICA IN 1834ROBERT HEYWOOD
Two hours later Claire René walked through the forest singing.
Sunk in deep reflection he walked through the streets that evening.