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The example sentences of WALKING in videos (15 in total of 2685)

between preposition or subordinating conjunction running verb, gerund or present participle and coordinating conjunction walking verb, gerund or present participle through preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner lake noun, singular or mass a determiner shallow adjective lake noun, singular or mass okay adjective if preposition or subordinating conjunction you're proper noun, singular walking verb, gerund or present participle like preposition or subordinating conjunction
keep verb, base form walking verb, gerund or present participle straight adjective ; after preposition or subordinating conjunction 3 cardinal number steps noun, plural , tip noun, singular or mass your possessive pronoun head noun, singular or mass up preposition or subordinating conjunction and coordinating conjunction keep verb, base form walking verb, gerund or present participle straight adjective while preposition or subordinating conjunction
nothing noun, singular or mass 's possessive ending going verb, gerund or present participle to to touch verb, base form you personal pronoun if preposition or subordinating conjunction you're proper noun, singular walking verb, gerund or present participle in preposition or subordinating conjunction love noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction walking verb, gerund or present participle in preposition or subordinating conjunction light verb, base form you personal pronoun
walking verb, gerund or present participle backwards verb, 3rd person singular present i personal pronoun think verb, non-3rd person singular present it personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present walking verb, gerund or present participle backwards noun, plural , but coordinating conjunction other adjective people noun, plural can modal see verb, base form it personal pronoun going verb, gerund or present participle forwards adverb
walking verb, gerund or present participle to to work verb, base form walking verb, gerund or present participle to to school verb, base form or coordinating conjunction at preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner gym noun, singular or mass or coordinating conjunction jogging verb, gerund or present participle but coordinating conjunction time noun, singular or mass when wh-adverb you're proper noun, singular
also adverb , walking verb, gerund or present participle on preposition or subordinating conjunction two cardinal number legs noun, plural is verb, 3rd person singular present more adverb, comparative energetically adverb efficient adjective than preposition or subordinating conjunction walking verb, gerund or present participle on preposition or subordinating conjunction four cardinal number , when wh-adverb you're proper noun, singular
lots noun, plural of preposition or subordinating conjunction people noun, plural around preposition or subordinating conjunction either determiner walking verb, gerund or present participle their possessive pronoun dogs noun, plural walking verb, gerund or present participle past adjective or coordinating conjunction they personal pronoun 've verb, non-3rd person singular present got verb, past participle a determiner boat noun, singular or mass themselves personal pronoun
for preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun and coordinating conjunction me personal pronoun , just adverb walking verb, gerund or present participle around preposition or subordinating conjunction , walking verb, gerund or present participle your possessive pronoun dog noun, singular or mass , going verb, gerund or present participle to to a determiner grocery noun, singular or mass store noun, singular or mass ,
example noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction peace noun, singular or mass they personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present they personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present walking verb, gerund or present participle their possessive pronoun talk verb, base form they personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present they personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present walking verb, gerund or present participle to to prayer noun, singular or mass they personal pronoun are verb, non-3rd person singular present
for preposition or subordinating conjunction walking verb, gerund or present participle around preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner hospital noun, singular or mass walking verb, gerund or present participle to to the determiner shower noun, singular or mass doing verb, gerund or present participle different adjective things noun, plural it personal pronoun does verb, 3rd person singular present feel verb, base form more adjective, comparative
yeah interjection you personal pronoun 've verb, non-3rd person singular present got verb, past participle all determiner your possessive pronoun standard adjective activities noun, plural on preposition or subordinating conjunction here adverb that preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun 'd modal expect verb, base form walking verb, gerund or present participle indoor noun, singular or mass walking verb, gerund or present participle
place noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction we personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present a determiner walking verb, gerund or present participle city noun, singular or mass walking verb, gerund or present participle country noun, singular or mass we personal pronoun just adverb love verb, non-3rd person singular present walking verb, gerund or present participle also adverb there existential there 's verb, 3rd person singular present new adjective laws noun, plural have verb, non-3rd person singular present been verb, past participle
walking verb, gerund or present participle down adverb is verb, 3rd person singular present easy adjective right adverb now adverb because preposition or subordinating conjunction we personal pronoun re noun, singular or mass going verb, gerund or present participle downhill noun, singular or mass , but coordinating conjunction walking verb, gerund or present participle up preposition or subordinating conjunction is verb, 3rd person singular present going verb, gerund or present participle to to
walking verb, gerund or present participle but coordinating conjunction not adverb just adverb normal adjective walking noun, singular or mass super adjective epic adjective walking noun, singular or mass yes interjection when wh-adverb the determiner music noun, singular or mass swells verb, 3rd person singular present you personal pronoun know verb, non-3rd person singular present this determiner
walking verb, gerund or present participle up preposition or subordinating conjunction there adverb is verb, 3rd person singular present like preposition or subordinating conjunction walking verb, gerund or present participle into preposition or subordinating conjunction my possessive pronoun own adjective brain noun, singular or mass ,

Use "walking" in a sentence | "walking" example sentences

How to use "walking" in a sentence?

  • Life is a miracle; walking is a miracle; watching the sunset is a miracle; everything is a miracle, because existence is a miracle!
    -Mehmet Murat Ildan-
  • I love cell phones. I see people so happy and proud, walking around. Gesturing, you know. I'm like Karl Marx, I'm up for anything that makes people happy.
    -Kurt Vonnegut-
  • You must give and receive love only when doing so doesn't hurt others. That's the ethical path, and you should gain strength from walking it.
    -Amy Dickinson-
  • Love is like a colorful street. Let it blossom into the sky like a rainbow by walking it with the ones you Love.
    -Arsi Nami-
  • I love 'True Blood.' I love 'The Walking Dead.' Those are fantastic series.
    -Kirk Hammett-
  • I love living with animals. And my children love animals. I love walking around and being with the horses. But the deer? They're naughty.
    -Stephanie Seymour-
  • It's like, to me, acting is like a child walking in the park, the better the actor, the greater the playground he has.
    -Logan Lerman-
  • It was the difference between walking with a stranger and walking with your heartmate. It was the difference between working for duty and working for love.
    -Edith Pattou-

Definition and meaning of WALKING

What does "walking mean?"

/wôk/

walking

noun
Act of moving with your legs at a slowish pace.
verb
To move with your legs at a slowish pace.

What are synonyms of "walking"?
Some common synonyms of "walking" are:
  • stroll,
  • saunter,
  • amble,
  • trudge,
  • plod,
  • hike,
  • tramp,
  • trek,
  • march,
  • stride,
  • troop,
  • patrol,
  • wander,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/strōl/

stroll
noun verb

short leisurely walk. walk in leisurely way.

/ˈsôn(t)ər/

saunter
noun verb

leisurely stroll. walk in slow, relaxed manner.

/ˈambəl/

amble
noun verb

leisurely walk. move slowly.

/trəj/

trudge
noun verb

difficult or laborious walk. To walk heavily and slowly due to tiredness, etc..

/pläd/

plod
noun verb

slow heavy walk. To walk slowly, but heavily.

/hīk/

hike
noun verb

Long walk, often in a rural area, for exercise. To make a large and unexpected increase in a price.

/tramp/

tramp
noun verb

A person who lives on the streets. walk heavily or noisily.

/trek/

trek
noun verb

Slow or difficult journey. To go on a difficult (often walking) journey.

/märCH/

march
noun verb

3rd month of the year. To force someone to walk somewhere.

/strīd/

stride
noun verb

Length of a long confident step when walking. To walk with long confident steps.

/tro͞op/

troop
noun verb

Group of mammals or birds. come or go together or in large numbers.

/pəˈtrōl/

patrol
noun verb

expedition to keep watch over area. To survey an area to maintain safety and order.

/ˈwändər/

wander
noun verb

act or instance of wandering. walk or move in leisurely, casual, or aimless way.

Phrases and Idioms that contain "walking"

walking encyclopedia

A very knowledgeable person, as in . A similar expression, , was used by Geo ...

A very knowledgeable person, as in . A similar expression, , was used by George Chapman in his poem "Tears of Peace" (c. 1600).

walking encyclopedia

a person who has an impressive knowledge of facts or words.

a person who has an impressive knowledge of facts or words.

a walking encyclopedia

A person who has a very large and detailed knowledge of a diverse array of f ...

A person who has a very large and detailed knowledge of a diverse array of facts and who can recite them when asked.

a walking disaster

Someone who seems to constantly be in or cause great amounts of trouble, dif ...

Someone who seems to constantly be in or cause great amounts of trouble, difficulty, or mayhem; someone who epitomizes disaster or calamity in their actions or behavior.

a walking dictionary

A person who has a very large vocabulary or knows the definition of many wor ...

A person who has a very large vocabulary or knows the definition of many words and who can recite them when asked.

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