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  • v. To collide with.
  • v. To fall into (a trap).


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  • In the meantime Lord Carstairs had taken Mary out for a walk into the wood, and she, as she walked beside him, hardly knew whether she was going on her head or her heels.

    Dr. Wortle's School

  • Mrs. Lauder said she knew it had taken great personal courage for the Mexican woman to even walk into the store.

    It Ain’t All About the Cookin’

  • I walk into the bathroom holding the 2 cc vial marked DECA carefully in my hand.


  • I walk into her trailer and feel my way through the cabinets, past buttons and beads and rawhide-tied bundles of dried herbs, until I find a clean jelly jar.


  • CADDIE, LIDA SILBERNAGLE, and Emma McCantry all started early to walk into Eau Galle to see the Medicine Show.

    Caddie Woodlawn’s Family

  • “On my first walk into the forest I looked about, expecting to see monkeys as plentiful as at the Zoological Gardens, with humming-birds and parrots in profusion.”

    The Song of The Dodo

  • But on that night we walk into a fancy French restaurant in the Cuyahoga Valley for dinner before the prom, and we pass a man and a woman who are just leaving.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • Ever so slowly she began to walk into the denseness, hoping to startle game into motion.

    Gentle Warrior

  • Today, you could walk into your favorite family discount store at the top of the summer not only to stock up on your outdoor entertaining essentials and sunscreen, but also to find a rainbow of stylishly fitted, soft-to-the-touch, classically designed polo shirts.

    The Style Checklist

  • For a man who had won millions of dollars playing in the highest-stakes games in Las Vegas, it was humbling to have to walk into this room this way—and worse still because the millions were gone, squandered on drugs and outrageous sports wagers.

    One of a Kind


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