115 Ways To Say Walk


Writers Write is a resource for writers. We have put together 115 ways to say walk for you to use in your writing.

On our Writers Write course, we encourage writers to use strong, precise verbs. If you choose great verbs, you don’t have to use too many adverbs and adjectives to qualify them.

One of the first exercises we give is to ask our writers to come up with alternatives for common verbs such as walk. This cheat sheet was compiled by Alan Donahue.

115 Ways To Say Walk

115 Ways To Say Walk

Download the list here: 115 Words For ‘Walks’ (by Alan Donahue)

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  1. Dennis M. Sweatt

    Thank you. Just what I needed. When ‘walking’ just isn’t enough.

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