Pronunciation of Taking Walk
/tˈe͡ɪkɪŋ wˈɔːk/, /tˈeɪkɪŋ wˈɔːk/, /t_ˈeɪ_k_ɪ_ŋ w_ˈɔː_k/
Antonyms for taking walk:
complete, retain, support, persevere, arrive, lose, hold, run, adopt, stop, continue, finish, favor, assert, approve, come, pursue, go direct, defend, keep, stay, maintain, begin, come in, tiptoe, join, go, remain, enter, uphold, start, cherish, ignore, advance, allow, DO, obey.
Synonyms for taking walk:
abdicate, back out, bail out, bow out, chicken out, cop out, desert, discard, discontinue, ditch, drop, drop out, duck, dump, dust, flake out, leave, leg it, let go, opt out, pull out, quit, stop, surrender, take a powder, vacate, withdraw, yield, fly the coop, kiss goodbye, throw over, walk out on, run out on, ship out, screw, cut loose, give up the ship, storm out, take a walk, wash hands of.
abandon, abscond, apostatize, depart, forsake, go, go back on, go over, lapse, rat, rebel, reject, renege, renounce, revolt, run out, schism, sell out, spurn, tergiversate, turn, break faith, change sides, fall away from, go over the fence, tergiverse, turn coat.
amble, ambulate, gad, hike, knock about, lumber, march, meander, pace, parade, plod, prance, promenade, roam, rove, shuffle, step, stride, stroll, strut, tour, traverse, trek, troop, trudge, wander, go on foot, travel on foot.
advance, canter, escort, exercise, file, foot, hoof it, lead, leg, locomote, pad, patrol, perambulate, race, run, saunter, scuff, shamble, slog, stalk, stump, toddle, traipse, tread, tramp, hit the road, wend one's way.