walk along(redirected from walked along)
1. To continue to progress on foot. We walked along for what felt like hours before seeing any sign of civilization.
2. To follow the course of something on foot. Just keep walking along the path until you reach the lookout tower.
3. To move or follow alongside something on foot. We'll need to walk along every inch of the fence to find the spot where the sheep are getting through.
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walk along something
to move beside something on foot. Let's not walk along the road. It's too dangerous. Walk along the wall where it's safer.
to move along on foot. I was just walking along when my heel broke off. I'm in no hurry. I'll just walk along at my own speed.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.