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walking stick

noun as in stick that aids a walker

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These portable fans sit comfortably around your neck so you can keep your hands on the steering wheel, tongs, walking stick, oar, etc.

Records identified by prosecutors indicate Barnett bought a 950,000-volt stun gun walking stick at a Bass Pro Shop in Arkansas five days before he traveled to Washington.

So, these were animals I was spending all day long with, just following around with a walking stick thing, which every now and then would turn into a blow gun and get somebody in the rear when he wasn’t looking.

He wore white gloves, a dignified long black coat, and matching pants and vest, and he carried a dark walking stick.

“You are a spy,” she screams, waving first her walking stick and then a bunch of dill at me.

By using his walking stick he discovered that they formed a trail to a point in the wall.

Had they to return to purgatory by themselves—had the heavy white walking-stick to walk off without its owner?

Following the example of many other parsons, he likes a closely-buttoned coat and a walking stick.

The dog does not like the corner where the walking-stick stands.

They got up swiftly and silently, and crept to the walking stick.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to walking stick, such as: cane, crutch, alpenstock, handstaff, shillelagh, and staff.

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