walk with

walk with someone

to walk in the company of someone. Why don't you walk with me for a while? Can I walk with you?
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walk with something

1. to walk with the aid of something, such as a cane, crutches, etc. You can recognize her easily. She walks with a cane. Dan walks with the help of a crutch.
2. to walk in a characteristic manner, such as with a limp, halting gait, a sprightly step, etc. Martha's uncle walks with a limp. I have always walked with a halting gait.
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People don't have to raise money to walk with us,'' Hoyt said.
Training for an event like this is very motivating and gives you a tremendous sense of accomplishment; # If you're not weight training, walk with light (one to two pound) hand weights two to three days per week.
Find a partner or group of people to walk with you.
Walk with your chin up and your shoulders held slightly back.
Scholl's survey reveals that walking is a social sport -- 56 percent of participants choose to walk with a pet or other person; 44 percent report that they walk alone.
People also work themselves harder and more frequently when they walk with someone else who motivates them.
For example, a session might begin with a walk with the children maintaining personal space.
She underwent surgery and is now out of treatment and in training for the Avon Walk with her friend, Deborah Wollum, a Simi Valley chiropractor.
Additionally, Jim Cantore's wife Tamra Cantore, former vice president of sales for TWC and a TWC employee for over 20 years, who was diagnosed with the disease in 1998, will walk with "Team Cantore," a group of supporters she organized to participate in the walk.
Be The Cause volunteers are inspired by such philosophers as Henry David Thoreau who once stated, "Pursue some path, however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence.
That's a liability on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, where visitors walk with their heads down, searching for the names of their favorite actors on the pavement.
According to Finnish ski pole manufacturer Exel, more than 500,000 Finns currently walk with poles for fitness.
Once registered, participants will receive all sorts of helpful information, such as a list of weekend walks held all over Southern California ``if you want to walk with a group of women'' or where to attend a shoe clinic.
Stand up straight and walk with your ears, shoulders, hips, knees and ankles in a vertical line.