Definitions

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  • n. A moving walkway.

Etymologies

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speed +‎ walk, originally a trademark.

Examples

  • Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras, chair of the women's issues committee that held the hearing Thursday, recalled learning as a young teen how to "speedwalk" to dodge certain men, and which corner stores she should always avoid.

    NYC Women React To Legislation Against Street Harassment

  • Thursday, recalled learning as a young teen how to "speedwalk" to dodge certain men, and which corner stores she should always avoid.

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  • Rather than wait for a limo to plod through traffic jams, he'll speedwalk from the Health Department to city hall, moving at a clip that leaves aides trotting along behind and crowds of pedestrians parting to let him through.

    300 Million Patients

  • The majority will speedwalk with a vigor and determination bordering on maniacal.

    Kicking Down the Cobblestones

  • I speedwalk across the street, more determined than ever to seek vengence.

    partygirl Diary Entry

  • We are used to our pace on the sidewalk and know exactly how long it takes us to speedwalk to the bus or subway and then speedwalk to our work places.

    partygirl Diary Entry

  • There are long moments of feeling aloof and lonely and of wanting to speedwalk deep into the desert and start a football game with whoever’s around.

    kinaesthesia Diary Entry

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