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Origin of walkover
Words nearby walkover
Example sentences from the Web for walkover
Don't you believe for one minute we're going to have a walkover.Fast Nine|Alan Douglas
The fumes of this drink went at once to my brain, where it had what might be termed a complete walkover.
"Perhaps he thought his chances too slim for a walkover," he said in non-committal fashion, as Burr's best friend.The Voice of the People|Ellen Glasgow
As to the fight itself, it was in many ways, no doubt, a walkover.The Egyptian campaigns, 1882 to 1885|Charles Royle
You'll have no such walkover as Dewey had at Manila—I'll promise you that.Fighting in Cuban Waters|Edward Stratemeyer
British Dictionary definitions for walkover
- the running or walking over the course by the only contestant entered in a race at the time of starting
- a race won in this way
verb walk over (intr, mainly preposition)
Idioms and Phrases with walkover
See walk all over.
Defeat easily, as in We walked over them in that practice game but don't know how we'll do in the real thing. [Second half of 1900s]