Definition of 'walk off'
Example sentences containing 'walk off'
WEEKEND FOR MURDER
She thought I was the Purslem's accredited representative and might almost be planning to walk off with the collection under my arm.UNREASONABLE DOUBT
Then David and Chantel walk off with their little bags and their travel tickets without looking back.GOING OUT (2002)
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