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Walk the plank
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Walk the plank: Walk on a tight rope, walk in a precarious place
Walk-a-thon
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Walk-a-thon: Fund-raising event in which participants walk as much as they can and donations are pledged per lap (mile, kilometer, etc.)
Walk-in closet
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Walk-in closet: Large closet that is big enough for someone to walk into
Walk-mill
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Walk-mill: A fulling mill. [Prov. Eng.] Halliwell.
Walk-over
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Walk-over: In racing, the going over a course by a horse which has no competitor for the prize hence, colloquially, a one-sided contest an uncontested, or an easy, victor
Walk-through
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Walk-through: Preliminary theatre rehearsal in which actors go over the scenes of a play on the stage rehearsal of a television program without the cameras
Walkable
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Walkable: Fit to be walked on capable of being walked on or over. [R.] Swift.
Walkabout
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Walkabout: Walking tour journey made on foot by an id="lnk0">Australian Aboriginal to a remote region Aboriginal custom of leaving family and friends walking in the bush
Walked all over him
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Walked all over him: Trampled upon his honor, stepped all over him, humiliated him
Walked slowly
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Walked slowly: Strolled along at a slow pace, trudged along, trailed along, went along easily
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