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noun as in person who travels by foot

noun as in person who walks

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Other than residents, delivery trucks and dog walkers, the streets are typically empty.

Walker’s vision was to bust up the ancient rules of marketplace commerce.

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At least one electrician told investigators “they were scared to raise a good-faith challenge due to fear of retaliation,” Walker said.

Walker has been the team’s primary defender against Brandon Ingram, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Kawhi Leonard, and he’s put in time against guys like Donovan Mitchell, Damian Lillard and Ja Morant.

He called Walker to tell him to get ready to bring the Guard.

A few Republicans, such as Christie and Walker, made their names battling the unions.

Christie, Walker, and Paul have all argued that the marriage issue is one better left to the states.

Walker was not the only one who complained publicly about Jackson.

Jeb is all set to legally change his name to “Scott Walker.”

Todd wanted to know how Walker managed to win a traditionally blue state, the same state President Barack Obama won twice.

Walker had painted a picture he called "Spring," a young girl gathering primroses in a wood.

Mrs. Walker fed the soldiers before the officers, thus causing an added delay in their departure.

I'm just Tom Walker, who they lay everything to, and who the boys expect to do all their dirty work for them.

It was recess again when they reached the school-house, where, as usual, Tom Walker was leading the play.

For some reason Eloise had not now much dread of Tom Walker, and expressed a desire to see him.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to walker, such as: hiker, pedestrian, saunterer, stroller, trekker, and wayfarer.

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