Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun An apartment house or office building with no elevator.
  • noun An apartment or office in a building with no elevator.

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  • noun Alternative form of walk-up.

Etymologies

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walk +‎ up

Examples

  • I love my view, but when the elevator breaks a 9th floor walkup is about as enjoyable as it sounds.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • I love my view, but when the elevator breaks a 9th floor walkup is about as enjoyable as it sounds.

    The Fire Land: I moved

  • These days, everything is "nickel and dime" and the Rays are on that bandwagon with really high "walkup" fees.

    MVN

  • These days, everything is "nickel and dime" and the Rays are on that bandwagon with really high "walkup" fees.

    MVN

  • These days, everything is "nickel and dime" and the Rays are on that bandwagon with really high "walkup" fees.

    MVN

  • These days, everything is "nickel and dime" and the Rays are on that bandwagon with really high "walkup" fees.

    MVN

  • These days, everything is "nickel and dime" and the Rays are on that bandwagon with really high "walkup" fees.

    Major League Baseball

  • These days, everything is "nickel and dime" and the Rays are on that bandwagon with really high "walkup" fees.

    MVN

  • These days, everything is "nickel and dime" and the Rays are on that bandwagon with really high "walkup" fees.

    Major League Baseball

  • These days, everything is "nickel and dime" and the Rays are on that bandwagon with really high "walkup" fees.

    MVN

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  • And if it's a really nice place, elevator up.

    April 14, 2009