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Walk in a Sentence

Examples of walk in a sentence

Walk is a slightly difficult word, but we're here to help you better understand it...with EXAMPLES!

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Below you will find the definition of walk, followed by 38 sample sentences (from real sources), gradually increasing in length.


(verb) - live or behave in a specified manner

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EXAMPLES - Walk in a Sentence

  1. And Repulicans giving this loser a walk is a surprize???? (source)
  2. He may talk Democratic but his walk is a Republican gallop. (source)
  3. Excercise helps so much, going for a walk is always a mood lifter. (source)
  4. LSU-Alexandria summer term walk-in registration is Thursday, May 20 (source)
  5. Going for a walk is another; any physical activity boosts creativity. (source)
  6. The anchor of my walk is The Corner Bookstore, which is on 93rd Street. (source)
  7. A part of this walk is along the lake and the park itself is quite pleasant. (source)
  8. In one part of the forest on their walk is a sort of meadow filled with saplings. (source)
  9. Better still, those who take the time to go hands-on with the title walk away with a free comic. (source)
  10. The anchor of my walk is The Corner Bookstore, which has been on 93rd as long as I've lived here. (source)
  11. The anchor of my walk is The Corner Bookstore, which has been on 93rd as long as I've lived here. (source)
  12. "I'm going to walk the walk, which is right up to the witness stand," Blagojevich said in February. (source)
  13. And so just -- you know, losing that ability to just take a walk, that is something that is frustrating. (source)
  14. The walk is a community-wide event, and people can still register Saturday morning at Rock Valley College. (source)
  15. A couple of churches have called to say they will be joining the walk, which is open to the entire community. (source)
  16. But over the time what he calls his walk of self discovery has evolved into so much more than just a weight loss plan. (source)
  17. We have lots of birds around the house and most the land is private but there is public land a 5 min walk from the house. (source)
  18. For Uzajova, the walk was a way for her to connect with the organization since she won't be in Kent this summer to volunteer. (source)
  19. Cell-IQ enables long term walk-away observation and analysis, ensuring data of consistent quality with minimal user intervention. (source)
  20. After tea he carried me to what he called his walk, which was a long narrow paved court in the neighbourhood, overshadowed by some trees. (source)
  21. -- _Fill out the following forms, using the principal parts of the verb walk -- present +walk+; past +walked+; past participle +walked+: _ -- (source)
  22. But with just a little bit of help from his father, a little bit of aid there, he's able to put weight on that left leg and walk, which is remarkable. (source)
  23. Of the slew of candidates and wannabee candidates running for the grand prize of President, how many really 'talk the talk', let alone 'walk the walk'? (source)
  24. I would up staying at the Wyndham La Belle Maison resort, located just two short blocks west of Canal Street and just a very short walk from the French Quarter. (source)
  25. Better news is that his walk rate has gone down by half a walk, which is especially informative given the fact that his rate from 2003 to 2004 was a terrible 5.03. (source)
  26. Right now, they're talking a good game while their walk is all about promoting the status quo and in building a future that was 30 years ago (e.g., more roads and tunnels). (source)
  27. The walk was a little longer than anticipated and left me with a sore shoulder but it did save me precious dollars in not paying for a taxi, which at this juncture was vital. (source)
  28. "By and large defections like this are what you call walk-ins, that is they come to you," said Bruce Riedel, a retired CIA officer and fellow at The Brookings Institution think-tank. (source)
  29. Hence, the name walk-PHaSST reflects the primary test used to assess effectiveness of the treatment ( "walk" test) for Pulmonary Hypertension and Sickle Cell Disease with Sildenafil Therapy. (source)
  30. Of course, always in all of our areas, but we have a new product we'll be introducing here in the next couple quarters that will take some significant cost out of our walk-in, that we call the walk-in overhead cabinet. (source)
  31. A short walk from the Dutch capital of Philipsburg, the Great Bay Beach Resort offers a casino, three swimming pools, three restaurants, four bars, a spa, water sports, tennis, meeting facilities, and nightly entertainment. (source)
  32. Though he has been on scholarship for the past two seasons, Mr. Merriewether, who wasn't recruited, says he's offended by the term walk-on and has done everything he can to welcome the nonscholarship players into the team's rituals. (source)
  33. I am flattered by the comments from Alex ... and as such, I'd contend that the young man raises a very, very good point: Walkin 'the walk is about just that ... and really, truly, it doesn't matter what's on your feet, so long as you are walkin' and happy. (source)
  34. For the folks that think a person needs to so called walk the talk of reform, than a person like myself would never get elected to anything because i am for publicly funding of all elections, i would need to so called walk the talk and not take any monies from anyone. (source)
  35. Clashes between police and protesters were expected to escalate as talks at Copenhagen's Bella Center -- animated on Monday by a short-term walk-out staged by poor nations, and a tense standoff between the United States and China - move toward an uncertain conclusion at week's end. (source)
  36. Also, at the risk of being branded a male chauvinist for bringing up a very ridiculous example; Swedish feminists have campaigned for introducing a visibly feminine "walk" - icon for pedestrian street lights, because, you know, that old male icon is apparently a symbol of gender discrimination. (source)
  37. High Supremacy Member it ish alsho possible to live in TPY and ghost to nearby hereen walk walk~ if 1 against 10. go for the weakest, smallest guy. grab him hostage. try to escape. if its possible to convince urself that u live in heeren when u're living in TPY in reality, what is beating 10 guys? (source)
  38. Obama assuring us that his vast executive experience running his campaign actually qualified him to be president, his ridiculing of John McCain for suspending his campaign to return to Washington to work on the TARP legislation, whereas Obama was able to effectively multitask, I believe he used the term walk and chew gum at the same time, and the ridicule of John McCain for his physical infirmities acquired in a North Vietnamese prison cell, while the press assured us Obama was young and fit his glistening pecs more. (source)

Sentence Information

The average Flesch reading-ease score of the 38 example sentences provided below is 64.0, which suggests that "walk" is a standard word that is understood by individuals with a high school diploma or degree, and can be found in news articles, books, magazines and other places.


We have 25 synonyms for walk.

airing, carriage, circuit, constitutional, gait, hike, jaunt, march, pace, parade, perambulation, peregrination, promenade, ramble, saunter, schlepp, step, stretch, stride, stroll, tour, traipse, tramp, tread, turn


We have 7 antonyms for walk.

amusement, avocation, entertainment, fun, hobby, pastime, recreation


Pronunciation: (wôk)

Syllabification: ['walk']


View up to 25 definitions of walk from 5 different sources, as well as parts of speech.

from The American Heritage© Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
  1. (verb-intransitive) To move over a surface by taking steps with the feet at a pace slower than a run: a baby learning to walk; a horse walking around a riding ring.
  2. (verb-intransitive) To go or travel on foot: walked to the store.
  3. (verb-intransitive) To go on foot for pleasure or exercise; stroll: walked along the beach looking for shells.
  4. (verb-intransitive) To move in a manner suggestive of walking: saw a woodpecker walking up the tree trunk.
  5. (verb-intransitive) To conduct oneself or behave in a particular manner; live: walks in majesty and pride.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
  1. (verb) To move on the feet by alternately setting each foot (or pair or group of feet, in the case of animals with four or more feet) forward, with at least one foot on the ground at all times. Compare run.
  2. (verb) (law) To "walk free", i.e. to win, or avoid, a criminal court case, particularly when actually guilty.
  3. (verb) Of an object, to be stolen.
  4. (verb) To walk off the field, as if given out, after the fielding side appeals and before the umpire has ruled; done as a matter of sportsmanship when the batsman believes he is out.
  5. (verb) To travel (a distance) by walking.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
  1. (verb-intransitive) To move along on foot; to advance by steps; to go on at a moderate pace; specifically, of two-legged creatures, to proceed at a slower or faster rate, but without running, or lifting one foot entirely before the other touches the ground.
  2. (verb-intransitive) To move or go on the feet for exercise or amusement; to take one's exercise; to ramble.
  3. (verb-intransitive) To be stirring; to be abroad; to go restlessly about; -- said of things or persons expected to remain quiet, as a sleeping person, or the spirit of a dead person; to go about as a somnambulist or a specter.
  4. (verb-intransitive) To be in motion; to act; to move; to wag.
  5. (verb-intransitive) To behave; to pursue a course of life; to conduct one's self.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  1. (noun) In the West Indies, a plantation of coffee, cinnamon, cacao, pimento, or other trees yielding valuable fruits or spices.
  2. (None) To be in action or motion; act; move; go; be current.
  3. (None) To be stirring; be abroad; move about.
  4. (None) To go restlessly about; move about, as an unquiet spirit or specter, or as one in a state of somnambulism.
  5. (None) To move off; depart.