walk of life

NOUN
  1. careers in general
    it happens in all walks of life
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  • This vital message is a matter of concern for citizens of every age and walk of life, but the punkish scribbles and all-over-the-place attempts at paste-up make it look like a poorly considered and intemperate rant.
  • Clubs should not be afraid of players such as that because in any walk of life, fearless, outspoken people often turn out to be very successful. Times, Sunday Times
  • During the days that followed his arrival at Ronda and release from the prison there, Frederick Conyngham learnt much from his host and little of the man himself, for General Vincente had that in him with which no great leader in any walk of life can well dispense -- an unsoundable depth. In Kedar's Tents
  • In every walk of life, on the roads, in restaurants, in tax avoidance, rules and regulations are routinely bent.
  • You cannot guarantee anyone in any walk of life will be faultless.
  • How in one walk of life a person can have such a rigid sense of right and wrong - and in another he can operate with a total disregard for principle, integrity and fair play.
  • Americans of all walk of life have outrightly rejected GOP strategy. CNN: Democrat will win GOP-friendly Mississippi seat
  • But this spring, hairstylists from every walk of life have rediscovered their head-turning appeal.
  • She comes from every class, every ethnic group, every walk of life.
  • My attitude is that gays and lesbians should have access and opportunity the same way everybody else does, in every institution and walk of life.
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