Usage examples for walking

  1. Right's right, he thought, walking Pathis to the door. – Cost of Living by Robert Sheckley
  2. He offered her his arm; she rose instantly and took it, and began walking with him. – His Sombre Rivals by E. P. Roe
  3. Waladoo's so easy that they rest up walking through him. – The Varmint by Owen Johnson F. R. Gruger
  4. They kept walking and walking. – Gargoyles by Ben Hecht
  5. " It's talking to me, general, but I reckon it's good enough to do all the walking I'll ask of it," he answered quietly. – Steve Yeager by William MacLeod Raine
  6. " Wot do you mean by walking out with my wife? – Project Gutenberg, Deep Waters, by W.W. Jacobs by W.W. Jacobs
  7. Should be interesting, Oliver thought, walking home. – O+F by John Moncure Wetterau
  8. Walking round the town. – Elsie at Nantucket by Martha Finley
  9. You forget where you are walking. – Atlantida by Pierre Benoit
  10. The horse was walking through the gate of the " Hollies" at about seven o'clock. – The White Peacock by D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
  11. Mr. Faulkner, who was by nature a grave gentleman, was walking up and down the room, broadly smiling, and saying, Well upon my word! – The Dorrance Domain by Carolyn Wells
  12. " It's so hot walking, isn't it? – Prudence of the Parsonage by Ethel Hueston
  13. A man was walking beside her. – The Treasure of the Incas by G. A. Henty
  14. I know where the walking- stick is, also. – Sight Unseen by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  15. She soon found that the brothers had never thought of her walking. – What's Mine's Mine by George MacDonald
  16. It is as if you and I were walking alone in the world, and who can tell when we shall be alone again? – The Mayor of Warwick by Herbert M. Hopkins
  17. Thou sweet one, what wrong can there be in thy walking a little time with me? – Between Whiles by Helen Hunt Jackson
  18. No, but he has been walking up and down his room for the last two hours. – The Progressionists, and Angela. by Conrad von Bolanden
  19. To- night I saw him walking up and down in front of our cabin, and I believe he intended to try to speak to Margery. – The Associate Hermits by Frank R. Stockton