walke

Pedestrian vs Walke - What's the difference?

pedestrian | walke |


As an adjective pedestrian

is (not comparable) of or intended for those who are walking.

As a noun pedestrian

is somebody walking rather than using a vehicle; somebody traveling on foot on or near a roadway.

As a verb walke is

.

Walke vs Walkie - What's the difference?

walke | walkie |


As a verb walke

is .

As a noun walkie is

a walkie-talkie.

Walke vs Wale - What's the difference?

walke | wale |


As a verb walke

is .

As a noun wale is

: whales.

Walke vs Walked - What's the difference?

walke | walked |


As verbs the difference between walke and walked

is that walke is while walked is (walk).

Walke vs Talke - What's the difference?

walke | talke |


As verbs the difference between walke and talke

is that walke is while talke is .

Walke vs Walkt - What's the difference?

walke | walkt |


As verbs the difference between walke and walkt

is that walke is while walkt is (obsolete) (walk).

Wacke vs Walke - What's the difference?

wacke | walke |


As a noun wacke

is (geology) a soft, earthy, dark-coloured rock or clay derived from the alteration of basalt.

As a verb walke is

.

Walke vs Walker - What's the difference?

walke | walker |


As a verb walke

is .

As a proper noun walker is

from the occupation of treating cloth by "walking" it.

As an interjection walker is

(uk|archaic|slang) expressing scornful rejection or disbelief.

Walks vs Walke - What's the difference?

walks | walke |


As verbs the difference between walks and walke

is that walks is (walk) while walke is .

As a noun walks

is .

Walk vs Walke - What's the difference?

walk | walke |


As verbs the difference between walk and walke

is that walk is (lb) to move on the feet by alternately setting each foot (or pair or group of feet, in the case of animals with four or more feet) forward, with at least one foot on the ground at all times compare while walke is .

As a noun walk

is a trip made by walking.

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