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amble to walk at a slow, easy pace.
bounce to walk with a spring in one's step. [1/4 definitions]
cane a wooden or metal stick that helps someone walk. [1/3 definitions]
cloister a covered walk around the inside of a building that faces an open central courtyard. [1/2 definitions]
clop to make such a sound, or walk making such a sound. [1/2 definitions]
clump to walk with heavy, dull noises. [1/4 definitions]
constitutional a walk taken for one's health. [1/2 definitions]
crutch a support used to help injured people walk. A crutch is a pole with a padded top that rests under the arm.
hike to take a long walk in the country for fun, exercise, or training. [2 definitions]
hobble to walk with trouble or in an awkward manner; limp. [2/5 definitions]
interrogative having to do with, forming, or being a question. "Why don't you take a walk?" is an example of an interrogative sentence. [1/2 definitions]
jaywalk to walk across a street in a place or at a time that is against traffic laws.
lame not able to walk well; disabled. [2/4 definitions]
limp1 to walk in an uneven, difficult way because of a lame or injured leg or foot. [1/2 definitions]
march to walk with steady, regular steps together with others. [2/4 definitions]
minute1 a distance that a person can walk or drive in one minute. [1/4 definitions]
pedestrian crossing a marked path across a road where people can walk fairly safely because vehicles must stop for them.
picket a person or group of people who stand or walk in front of a business or building to protest or demand something. [1/3 definitions]
portico a covered walk or porch with a roof that is held up by columns.
prance to move or walk in a lively, happy manner. [1/2 definitions]
promenade a leisurely walk, especially in a public place. [2 definitions]