Walker

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Walker

  1. A northern English surname from the occupation of treating cloth by "walking" it.
  2. A male given name transferred from the surname.
  3. A city in Iowa.
  4. A city in Louisiana.
  5. A city in Michigan.
  6. A city in Minnesota.
  7. A city in Missouri.

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Walker

  1. (Britain, archaic, slang) Expressing scornful rejection or disbelief.
    • 1843, Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol, Stave Five:
      "Walk-ER!" exclaimed the boy (on being told by Scrooge to go and buy the prize turkey from the nearby poulterer's).

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