walk together

walk together

[for two or more people] to walk as a group. Let's all walk together so we can talk to one another. We walked together for a while.
See also: together, walk
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Let us go out into the sunshine, Dinah, and walk together.
He did not say anything to him then of what had happened, but contented himself with arranging that they would walk together in the early morning, as he had much to say that would require serious attention.
She had a tender little heart, and from the first it had been moved by the appearance of the pitiful old man, leaning so heavily upon her father's arm, as they had come up the garden walk together.
The trio took a long walk together, and returned to the house of Mr.
Had she been older or vainer, such attacks might have done little; but, where youth and diffidence are united, it requires uncommon steadiness of reason to resist the attraction of being called the most charming girl in the world, and of being so very early engaged as a partner; and the consequence was that, when the two Morlands, after sitting an hour with the Thorpes, set off to walk together to Mr.
Do you remember our first walk down this hill, Anne--our first walk together anywhere, for that matter?
And so I will try t' look t' th' time, and so I will try t' trust t' th' time, when thou and me at last shall walk together far awa', beyond the deep gulf, in th' country where thy little sister is.
The procession filed off, two and two, with the books and parasols, and Miss Monflathers, calling the Baronet's daughter to walk with her and smooth her ruffled feelings, discarded the two teachers-- who by this time had exchanged their smiles for looks of sympathy-- and left them to bring up the rear, and hate each other a little more for being obliged to walk together.
Lizabetha Prokofievna had announced, directly after lunch, that they would all take a walk together.
I don't know whether I came there too early, I think I must have; but scarcely had I sat down beside Aglaya Ivanovna than I saw Gavrila Ardalionovitch and his sister Varia coming along, arm in arm, just as though they were enjoying a morning walk together.
It is a long while since we have had a comfortable walk together.
All of those things require us to walk together down a path that is both new and old, frightening and yet full of promise.
Officials also have reduced the number of inmates allowed to walk together in groups, and guards are conducting random searches of inmates in jail hallways.
In addressing the Pittsburgh participants, via telephone from Israel, Sheila Zetler, chair of Voices 2000 in Israel said: "We are excited about all the participants and hope that next year we will be able to walk together.
Families and friends from across the state gathered at Mall of America Thanksgiving morning to walk together to fight hunger in Minnesota.