walk out

VERB
  1. stop work in order to press demands
    The employees walked out when their demand for better benefits was not met
    The auto workers are striking for higher wages
  2. leave abruptly, often in protest or anger
    The customer that was not served walked out
  3. leave suddenly, often as an expression of disapproval
    She walked out on her husband and children
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How To Use walk out In A Sentence

  • It's quite something to walk out on stage in front of 20,000 people.
  • When attached to your keyring, it can ensure that you never again forget your mobile phone as you walk out the door. Times, Sunday Times
  • All my email's inboxes are down. well from china hotmail and yahoo has been slow .. and they banned youtube in china~~ what a flung 0_o #dinked I heart Creana "True friends walk in, when the rest walk out. GotFrag eSports Stories
  • I was just about to walk out the front door of my office when our receptionist's cellphone rang.
  • He then walked deeper into the darkness, looked at the empty throne, and then turned to walk out.
  • You walk out of the restaurant with not just the fading gustatory memory but with a razorsharp visual one. Times, Sunday Times
  • And I had him walk out of the door, down the steps, out the gate; and there was a woman waiting for him.
  • When you are eleven, you can walk out by the clothes line to put rubbish out, then come back in and tell the person you are staying with that it is raining, and not even think of bringing in the washing.
  • Other retired chaplains seem unwilling to suggest that chaplains should walk out on the troops if the ban is repealed. Christianity Today
  • I lingered on the sidewalk outside the old house, wondering who lived there now.
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