walk-on

3 ENTRIES FOUND:

walk–on

noun \ˈwk-ˌn, -ˌän\

: a minor part in a play or movie

: a college athlete who tries to become a member of an athletic team without having been asked to join or given a scholarship

Full Definition of WALK-ON

1
:  a minor part (as in a dramatic production); also :  an actor having such a part
2
:  a college athlete who tries out for an athletic team without having been recruited or offered a scholarship

First Known Use of WALK-ON

1902

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