walk (n.) Old form(s): Walke, walkes
garden path, walkway
2H6 II.ii.3[York to Salisbury and Warwick] In this close walk
2H6 IV.x.16[Iden to himself] who would live turmoiled in the court, / And may enjoy such quiet walks as these?
3H6 V.ii.24[Warwick alone] my walks ... / Even now forsake me
JC III.ii.248[Antony to all, of Caesar's bequests] he hath left you all his walks
Sonn.89.9[] I will ... / Be absent from thy walks [i.e. from the places where you like to walk]
Tit II.i.114[Aaron to Demetrius and Chiron] The forest walks are wide and spacious
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