- a walking tour.
- an informal public stroll taken by members of the royal family or by a political figure for the purpose of greeting and being seen by the public.
- a brief, informal leave from work, taken by an Aboriginal person to wander the bush, visit relatives, or return to native life.
- absence from work.
Origin of walkabout
Words nearby walkabout
How to use walkabout in a sentence
What was nice about this lens is how it is also a very nice walkabout lens.
While the lens is designated as a macro, the 50mm focal length makes it more of a walkabout lens with macro capabilities.
As a kid, after all, she had begged her mom to buy her cargo shorts so she could carry the rocks she collected during her walkabouts.Emily Ford Hiked 1,200 Miles in the Dead of Winter|Grayson Haver Currin|May 4, 2021|Outside Online
At least that's what one well-wisher who met Kate Middleton as she went walkabout today thinks.
Spectator Joanne Baldwin, 30, spoke to the Duchess during the walkabout.
Next came a walkabout, with one little girl very hesitant to give up her flowers to Camilla.
British Dictionary definitions for walkabout
- to wander through the bush
- informal to be lost or misplaced
- informal to lose one's concentration