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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #18732: Walking
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    <-> to CRAWL: to move slowly with the body close to the ground or on hands and knees
    <-> to CREEP, crept, crept:
    1) to move slowly, quietly and carefully, because you do not want to be seen or heard
    2)to CRAWL
    <-> to LIMP:to walk slowly or with difficulty because one leg is injured
    <-> to LURCH:to walk unsteadily as if about to fall<-> to STAGGER
    <-> to PACE:to walk with regular steps in one direction and then back again, because you are anxious or worried
    <-> to PAD (-dd-):to walk softly and quietly with steady steps making a soft, dull sound
    <-> to PLOD (-dd-)to walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud<-> to TRUDGE
    <-> to SHUFFLE:to walk slowly without lifting your feet completely off the ground
    <-> to STOMP:to walk, dance, or move with heavy steps
    <-> to STROLL:to walk somewhere in a slow relaxed way
    <-> to TIPTOE:to walk using the front parts of your feet only, so that other people cannot hear you

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    1. He had been told that the firm did not employ illegals and was ordered to leave. He back to the construction site, …

    2. The journey was wearisome. It was beginning to rain, and they turned up the collars of their coats as they through the slush of the road.

    3. She tries to in and out, but he can hear her every move.

    4. He tried to to his feet; but he was still ghastly pale and trembling in every limb.

    5. Francis saw the father and daughter across the walk and disappear under the verandah, bearing the inanimate body of Mr. Rolles embraced about the knees and shoulders.

    6. He all over his colleague's potential candidacy, killing it stone-dead within 48 hours.

    7. Tommy into the restaurant, and ordered a meal of surpassing excellence.

    8. For two streets he along with a bent back and an uncertain foot.

    9. We used to along inside the hedge into the tunnel that we had covered with old carpets etc and sit as comfortably as we could on the floor.

    10. The Swiss through the first set but was made to sweat in the blistering Miami heat before clinching the win.

    11. Though he carried himself with great dignity, he was now badly.

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