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Has your little boy learned to walk yet?
I like to walk around the lake at sunset.
It takes me 25 minutes to walk to work.
Greg walked slowly toward her, smiling.
Howard walked in with two men I'd never seen before.
As we walked along she talked about her plans.
I walked across the noisy playground to the main entrance.
Jamie often walks around the block to clear his head.
He walked slowly and unsteadily down the hall.
When Valerie worked late, Carl always walked her home.
No one understands why Melissa's been allowed to walk.
We're all walking on eggshells around her since her dog died.
As an attorney, he's considered capable of walking on water.
Children really do listen to their parents, especially if the parents walk the walk and not just talk the talk.
This is the American English definition of walk. View British English definition of walk.
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