|walk a straight line
||walk without staggering, show that you are sober
||If you can't walk a straight line, don't drive a vehicle.
||walk along, walk on
||We walked down the road to the lake. It was a nice day for a walk.
|walk of life
||lifestyle, occupation, vocation
||People from all walks of life eat at Fabio's Restaurants.
|walk on eggshells
||be very careful, on tenterhooks, watch your step
||Your son is so afraid of making a mistake he's walking on eggshells.
|walk the plank
||be forced to jump overboard or be killed, be forced to leave or quit
||If you get caught stealing from the company, you'll have to walk the plank.
|walk the talk
||do what you talk about doing, practice what you preach
||If we advise people to recycle, we should recycle. We have to walk the talk.
||read or perform slowly, practice slowly
||At our first rehearsal we walked through the first act of the play.
||inspect the house you are buying just before you become the owner
||The day before we moved into our new home, we did a walk-through with the real estate agent.
||walk along, walk on, walk in
||They walked up and down the hall, waiting for the doctor.
||a girl who is not invited to dance, no shrinking violet
||I won't go to the party because I feel like a wall flower when the boys don't ask me to dance.