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- n. A cane, a walking stick usually about hip high and often with a handle or formed handgrip on its upper end, made of a suitable material affording strength and rigidity or flexibility. Sometimes carried mainly as a fashion accessory or occasionally as a defensive weapon.
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Look over yonder's wall, hand me down my walking cane
My walking cane and two sawed-down Remington pump twelve-gauge shotguns were propped on the seat between us.
The archaeologist strode around her table, sliding the walking cane back into its holder, a drum-shaped basket made from an onulet's foot.
There was a crunching noise, and the machinery seemed to grind to a halt, followed by a stamping of feet as the door was pushed open and an irritated old woman clutching a walking cane and a handbagboth neatly wrapped in plasticburst through.