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walk

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of walk

  1. 1 a relaxed journey on foot for exercise or pleasure <we went for a long walk outside because it was such a nice night> Synonyms amble, constitutional, perambulation, ramble, range, saunter, stroll, turn, wander Related Words parade, paseo, promenade; expedition, hike, march, peregrination, traipse, tramp, travel, traversal, traverse, trek, trip, walkabout; excursion, jaunt, junket, outing, sally, sashay, spin, tour; pilgrimage, progress, safari

  2. 2 a region of activity, knowledge, or influence <a nondenominational church that attracts worshippers from every walk of life> Synonyms area, arena, bailiwick, barony, business, circle, demesne, department, discipline, domain, element, fief, fiefdom, firmament, front, game, kingdom, line, precinct, province, realm, specialty, sphere, terrain, fieldRelated Words frontier; study, subject; territory, turf; occupation, profession, pursuit, racket, vocation; ambit, amplitude, breadth, compass, confine, dimension(s), extent, ken, reach, scope, sweep, width; subfield, subspecialty

  3. 3 a public place for strolling <San Antonio's famous River Walk ranks among the city's foremost attractions> Synonyms boardwalk, mall, promenadeRelated Words walkway; alameda, allée; arcade, colonnade, galleria, gallery; plaza




walk

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of walk

  1. 1 to go on foot <I walked slowly to school> Synonyms ambulate, foot (it), hoof (it), leg (it), pad, step, traipse, tread Related Words parade, promenade; march, pace, step out, stride, troop; power walk; hike, peregrinate, trek; amble, mosey, perambulate, ramble, saunter, stroll, wander; clump, stomp, stump, tramp, trample, tromp; footslog, plod, trudge; gimp, hobble, limp; mince, prance, pussyfoot, tiptoe; bounce, sashay, stalk, strut, swagger; falter, lumber, lurch, pound, scuff, shamble, shuffle, stagger, stumble, toddle, waddle; nip, tap, trip, trot

  2. 2 to refuse to work in order to force an employer to meet demands <workers threatened to walk unless management agreed to shoulder more of the cost of health insurance> Synonyms strike, walk outRelated Words sit in; lock out





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