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Walk Off

Walk Off - to leave; to walk away

  • The people in the store walked off, because there was no one to help them.
  • There are many health care professional that want to walk off the job.
  • My sister always walks off when we have a fight.
  • My boss walked off when I was trying to talk to him.
  • I was so angry at the man in the store so I just walked off. He was very rude.

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Up My Sleeve

Under Age

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Wash My Hands Of It

Weather The Strom

Wing It

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Wind Me Up

Without Fail

Work For Peanuts

Would Not Be Caught Dead

When It Rains It Pours

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Wear The Pants

Watch Your Step

White Lie

Wrap My Head Around It

Walk On Air

Walk On Eggshells

Wasted

Way To Go

Window Shopping

The Way Back

What The Hell

Worn Out

What's Up

When Pigs Fly

Windfall

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