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General Crossword Questions for “walk”

  • Go on foot
  • Be a pedestrian
  • Stroll
  • Perambulate
  • Proceed on foot


  • An animated example of three Brownian motion-like random walks on a torus, starting at the centre of the image. A random walk, sometimes denoted RW, is a mathematical formalisation of a trajectory that consists of taking successive random steps. — “Random walk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • A Participant in a Zombie Walk in Edmonton, October, 2007. Zombie walks have become relatively common in large cities, especially in North America, often becoming annual traditions, though some are also spontaneous "flash mob". — “Zombie walk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • User-generated article about the tourist destination, including a list of stars on the Walk of Fame. — “Hollywood Walk of Fame - Wikipedia”,


  • When this was done I went down the ship’s side, and pulling them to me, I tied four of them together at both ends as well as I could, in the form of a raft, and laying two or three short pieces of plank upon them crossways, I found I could walk upon it very well, but that it was not able to bear any great weight, the pieces being too light. — “Robinson Crusoe” by Daniel Defoe
  • On our little walk along the quays, he made himself the most interesting companion, telling me about the different ships that we passed by, their rig, tonnage, and nationality, explaining the work that was going forward–how one was discharging, another taking in cargo, and a third making ready for sea–and every now and then telling me some little anecdote of ships or seamen or repeating a nautical phrase till I had learned it perfectly. — “Treasure Island” by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Good-bye now.' She put out her hand to him and allowed it to remain in his for a moment. 'When I walk about the old shrubberies at Carbury where we used to be together, I am always asking myself what chance there is of your walking there as the mistress.' — “The Way We Live Now” by Anthony Trollope
  • I would walk with Florence to the baths. — “The Good Soldier” by Ford Madox Ford
  • "Well, it doesn't matter, with me it goes in at one ear and out of the other. Don't you come with me, Mavriky Nikolaevitch, it was Zemirka I called. Thank God I can still walk without help and to-morrow I shall go for a drive." — “The Possessed” by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • After breakfast we took a walk and inspected the Amahagger herds, and also their cultivated lands. — “She: A History of Adventure” by H Rider Haggard


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