Synonyms of 'walk out'
▷ See walk
1 leave suddenly
Mr Mason walked out during the performance.
get up and go
vote with your feet
make a sudden departure
take off (informal)
2 go on strike
Industrial action began this week, when most of the staff walked out.
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If a group of people, usually soldiers or sailors, mutiny, they refuse to continue obeying a person in authority.
Units around the city mutinied after receiving no pay.
When people revolt against someone or something, they reject the authority of that person or reject that thing.
The townspeople revolted.
Thesaurus for walk out from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you walk out of a meeting, a performance , or an unpleasant situation , you leave it suddenly , usually in order to show that you are angry or bored .