walk through

  1. perform in a perfunctory way, as for a first rehearsal
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How To Use walk through In A Sentence

  • For the load balancer, scheduling modules implement iterators that are used to walk through all the tasks managed by that scheduling module to do load balancing.
  • Everyone who uses it will walk through the plaza, either through a covered walkway or in the open air.
  • This sustained defiance of the elements provoked occasional judgments in the shape of a "hoast" (cough), and the head of the house was then exhorted by his women folk to "change his feet" if he had happened to walk through a burn on his way home, and was pestered generally with sanitary precautions. Stories by English Authors: Scotland (Selected by Scribners)
  • Once parked, walk through the twitten and we are on the other side of the road, obliquely opposite you.
  • Robert Balfour, the convenor of the Scottish Landowners Federation, said it would be irresponsible to walk through a growing food crop.
  • Whereas in times when there was some order and government the travellers might be safe in the open roads, and the robbers were forced to lurk in the by-ways, no, on the contrary, the robbers insulted on the open roads without check, and the honest travellers were obliged to sculk and walk through by-ways, in continual frights. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume II (Joshua to Esther)
  • Outside, you can explore a fragrant herb garden, orchards and lawns or take a circular walk through the parkland. The Sun
  • They come to see the abbey and the Abbey Gardens and to walk through the town centre which retains its ancient street patterns and round the river valleys with their millstreams and magnificent view of the abbey and the town walls.
  • Then we began the second half the walk through countryside, stopping to marvel nervously at an enraged bull bellowing from a field. Times, Sunday Times
  • For miles and miles we walk through the trackless waste of sun-bleached salt clay.
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