walk back

walk back (to) (something)

to return to something or some place on foot. I walked back to my office alone. She walked back home. Thanks for the offer of a ride. I'll walk back.
See also: back, walk
References in classic literature ?
I'll walk back a bit and turn again to meet her, farther off the village.
They made a tunnel through the snow to the hen-house, with walls so solid that grandmother and I could walk back and forth in it.
When I had seen what I wanted to see, I could easily walk back to the market-town and sleep at the inn.
There was a moment, during this long, wretched walk back from the Petersburg Side, when the prince felt an irresistible desire to go straight to Rogojin's, wait for him, embrace him with tears of shame and contrition, and tell him of his distrust, and finish with it--once for all.
Hal didn't wait for an answer but sprang to his feet and began to walk back and forth between the corn shocks.
Yes; my father is to join me here: we shall walk back together, and I must be off immediately.
It was impossible for him to follow them, and he could only walk back sadly at mid-day along the same road which he had trodden hopefully in the morning.
Not a word was spoken till they were out in the lane, and had walked four or five yards, when Maggie, who had been looking straight before her all the while, turned again to walk back, saying, with haughty resentment,--
So subdued I was by those tears, and by their breaking out again in the course of the quiet walk, that when I was on the coach, and it was clear of the town, I deliberated with an aching heart whether I would not get down when we changed horses and walk back, and have another evening at home, and a better parting.
The man said, in a low voice: "I wish -- I wish you to spare me the walk back to Paris.
Well, Porthos, follow my examples; walk back and forth till some news of our friends reaches us or till we are visited by a good idea.
Some of William Haggas's string walk back after exercise at a snowy Newmarket
Our delightful walk back from the sailing club to the hotel turned fairly nasty when two guys wielding seven inch knives ran at us, pushed us around and grabbed everything we had.
Our delightful walk back from the sailing club to the hotel turned fairly nasty when two guys wielding 7inch knives ran at us, pushed us around and grabbed everything we had.
Usually, I purchase grocery from that shop and walk back to my camp.