- v. leave, usually as an expression of disapproval
“Come on, you two," said Sebell, as Mirrim began to encourage Path to walk out of the Hatching Ground.”
“I walk out of the store removing the skinny, self-published, 102-page text with the washed-out cover art from its paper bag.”
“Early Monday, former Giants receiver Plaxico Burress will trade his prison-issue clothes for his own and walk out of the Oneida Correctional Facility—his home for the past 20 months and 14 days.”
“I walk out of Superduper Pawn not quite three hundred dollars richer.”
““Mem said you better go show her the minute you walk out of here,” Lois said.”
“We walk out of the courtyard through the main building, past the marble staircase and the huge mirror where Nina and I used to meet before classes, into the gray expanse of the Neva Embankment.”
“It was a pretty walk out of town on the Iffley Road, past ancient, ivy-covered stone houses with front gardens carpeted in purple and white crocus.”
“I promise you, we will kill the Dragonspawn, and every one of us will walk out of there alive.”
“Donna and I walk out of the Kirtland AFB chapel, June 14, 1967.”
“Guiding the ball through the net as the buzzer sounded, they took great joy in seeing Lakers fans walk out of the building with that dumbstruck feeling that, after a quarter century, continued to fracture their emotions.”
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