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walk sb. (obsolete senses)
1. pl. (a person's) way or course MND. III. i. 172 “Hop in his walks, and gambol in his eyes,” V. i. 31 “in your royal walks,” Tit. II. iv. 8 “let's leave her to her silent walks,” Sonn. lxxxix. 9 “I will . . . Be absent from thy walks.”
2. tract of garden, park, or forest Wiv. V. v. 29, 2H6 II. ii. 3 “In this close walk” (viz. the Duke of York's garden), 3H6 V. ii. 24 “My parks, my walks,” Tit. II. i. 114 “The forest walks,” Cæs. I. ii. 154 “her wide walks” (app. the gardens round Rome; mod. edd. “walls”†), III. ii. 252.
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