walk with

walk with (someone or something)

1. To accompany or escort someone on foot. Do you mind if I walk with you to school today? Two police officers walked with the political prisoner to ensure his safety.
2. To walk carefully while carrying something. Please walk with those plates of food. You'll drop one if you keep rushing around like that! My parents always taught me to walk with sharp objects.
3. To use or require the aid of some implement in order to walk. My dad walks with a cane, but it's more of fashion statement than because he needs one. I had to walk with crutches for nearly six months while my foot healed.
4. To walk with a particular style, characteristic, manner, or attribute. Tom's been walking with a spring in his step ever since he got the good news about his promotion. Thankfully, both her legs healed after the accident, though she walked with a limp for the rest of her life.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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References in classic literature ?
She remembered the summer evening when they had walked together and wanted to walk with him again.
While Admiral Croft was taking this walk with Anne, and expressing his wish of getting Captain Wentworth to Bath, Captain Wentworth was already on his way thither.
The rain was a mere trifle, and Anne was most sincere in preferring a walk with Mr Elliot.
Men of his type walk with a rapid waddle, or they sit still.
It was the walk of a waiter--that walk with the body slanted forward, the eyes looking down, the ball of the toe spurning away the ground, the coat tails and napkin flying.
I know not how significant it is, or how far it is an evidence of singularity, that an individual should thus consent in his pettiest walk with the general movement of the race; but I know that something akin to the migratory instinct in birds and quadrupeds--which, in some instances, is known to have affected the squirrel tribe, impelling them to a general and mysterious movement, in which they were seen, say some, crossing the broadest rivers, each on its particular chip, with its tail raised for a sail, and bridging narrower streams with their dead--that something like the furor which affects the domestic cattle in the spring, and which is referred to a worm in their tails,--affects both nations and individuals, either perennially or from time to time.
"As part of our training, Phoebe and I walk to and from school every day and take a long walk with our dog at the weekends.
And throughout life, I think I would like to walk with more humility and less anger, more love and less fear.
The ten walks include Mam Tor, a short circular walk with a challenging climb and spectacular views across the Peak District from Edale station.
But if you don't want to join a group walk, you can still get the outdoors involved by finding your own winter walk with Ramblers Routes - the association's online library of more than 2,750 walking routes, with printable, easy-to-read maps and simple route directions.
Also wear bright or reflective clothing when walking at night and try to walk with a friend or in a group.
LIVERPOOL MP Maria Eagle MP will walk with Liverpool Ramblers to help them highlight the importance of paths and green spaces.
Perfect length poles help us to automatically walk with a super straight back - better walking posture is biomechanically a good thing.
As I finished the walk with my colleagues, Beverly Miller and Faye Grimes with her grandson, Wilson, I felt more hope than I have for a very long time.
She responded, "The best part about the bus is that I get to talk with my friends." Jensen, a 2nd-grader, also confirmed this notion by reporting, "I like to walk with my friends." Having the opportunities to talk with friends was a recurring theme among those children interviewed.