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Walks - thesaurus

Synonyms

walk

noun

a short journey that you make by walking

trek

noun

a walk that seems long and difficult

stroll

noun

a slow walk for pleasure

hike

noun

a long walk in the countryside

wander

noun

a short relaxed walk without a particular direction or purpose

ramble

noun

a long walk in the countryside for enjoyment

tramp

noun

a long tiring walk

trudge

noun

a tiring walk, especially in difficult conditions

slog

noun

informal a long and tiring walk

walk

noun

a distance, or the amount of time that it takes to walk somewhere

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constitutional

noun

old-fashioned a walk that you take regularly to stay healthy

footslogging

noun

informal a lot of walking that makes you tired

prowl

noun

the activity of prowling

turn

noun

old-fashioned a short walk taken for pleasure

walkabout

noun

British an occasion when a famous or important person walks through a crowd and talks to people

walking bus

noun

a system of getting children to school in which all the children from an area walk together with a group of parents

yomp

noun

Britishinformal a fast walk over difficult ground

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