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- v. Used other than as an idiom: walk through.
- v. To explain someone something, step by step.
- v. To rehearse
- v. To perform something with ease.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. perform in a perfunctory way, as for a first rehearsal
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The one person on Earth you expected to walk through life with you chose to give you warning that she was shortcutting out, that she no longer wanted to live.
Stalling, and also taking advantage of the fact that this bathroom was in-suite, and not a five-minute walk through bear-friendly territory like it had been last night, I took a long shower.
That day LeCoq students were going to be given a much more daunting, public assignment: we would each be lent a large, ungainly object with which we would need to walk through the streets of Paris, on the metro and the bus, if necessary, back to our respective abodes.
Still stooped and utterly defeated, I walk through the double oak doors out of the House of Friendship and Peace, which, as it has just become clear, offers neither of the two solaces it was named for.
David and Chris Stewart, accompanied by the dog, take a seven-and-a-half- mile walk through the haunts of the Carter familyWe drive from Bristol to Cornwall in just a few hours, which reminds us that Cornwall has become close enough for city types to weekend in their cottages and get back in time for work on Monday – a far cry from the days the journey must of taken in Harry Carter's time.
I looked up to see Greg Quick walk through the door.
He hoisted Lady Crowe and Lady Home—skirts and all—over the fence, along with the rest of us, and we took a glorious walk through the park.
Before he moves in, walk through and fill out a property-inspection form like the one reproduced on the next page.
But even though I walk through the Valley of the Häagen-Dazs I know my God is with me.
So George got on the phone and arranged for us to have lunch with his aunt and uncle, Mary and Herbie Walker, followed by a walk through the beautiful Audubon Society Park.