Stop using walk all the time!
This article shares 46 synonyms of walk specially categorised to impress your teachers & readers!

  • Words to describe walking quickly
    • walking quickly in a specified direction
      • march
  • Words to describe walking slowly
    • trail
    • walking slowly with heavy steps (suggesting difficulty/effort)
      • trudge
      • plod
      • slog
      • stamp
      • toil
    • walking slowly at a relaxed pace
      • amble
      • stroll
      • saunter
      • ramble
    • walking slowly in a random manner
      • meander
      • drift
      • wander
      • traipse
      • roam
    • walking slowly in a specified direction
      • stride
      • tread
    • walking slowly alone
      • troop
    • walking slowly to keep a distance behind people in front
      • straggle
      • lag
    • walking slowly by dragging one’s feet
      • shuffle
      • shamble
    • walking slowly in an unsteady way (e.g. when someone is drunk)
      • totter
      • teeter
      • stagger
      • wobble
      • stumble
      • dodder
      • falter
      • sway
      • lurch
      • reel
    • walking slowly in stealth, i.e. smoothly & quietly
      • prowl
      • slink
      • creep
      • sneak
      • slip
      • slide
      • tiptoe
  • Words to describe taking a long distance walk
    • hike
    • taking a long distance walk wearily 
      • tramp
      • footslog
      • march
    • taking a long distance walk on foot
      • trek
  • Words to describe walking through a place
    • perambulate
    • traverse

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