Thursday, 19 January 2017



1. (intr.) to move along or travel on foot at a moderate rate; advance in such a manner that at least one foot is always on the ground
2. (trans.) to pass through, on, or over on foot, especially habitually
3. (trans.) to cause, assist, or force to move along at a moderate rate
4. (trans.) to escort or conduct by walking
5. (intr.) (of ghosts, spirits, etc.) to appear or move about in visible form
6. (of inanimate objects) to move or cause to move in a manner that resembles walking
7. (intr.) to follow a certain course or way of life
8. (trans.) to bring into a certain condition by walking
9. (trans.) to measure, survey, or examine by walking
10. (trans.) baseball to allow a batter to go to first base without batting by throwing four balls outside of the strike zone
11. Also: travel (intr.) basketball to take more than two steps without passing or dribbling the ball
12. to disappear or be stolen
13. (intr.) (slang, mainly US) (in a court of law) . to be acquitted or given a noncustodial sentence
14. the act or an instance of walking
15. the distance or extent walked
16. a manner of walking; gait
17. a place set aside for walking; promenade
18. a chosen profession or sphere of activity
19. a foot race in which competitors walk
a. an arrangement of trees or shrubs in widely separated rows
b. the space between such rows
21. an enclosed ground for the exercise or feeding of domestic animals, especially horses
22. (mainly British) . the route covered in the course of work, as by a tradesman or postman
23. a procession; march
24. obsolete the section of a forest controlled by a keeper

The sea is a heavy sun
To walk under
Salt burning like no tear
My world turning to crystal fog

All forgotten

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