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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to walker:   (173 results)

Often used in the same context:
wheelchair, zimmer frame, crutches, motorized wheelchair, cane, jogger, jog, cerebral palsy, canoer, walk, racewalking, bike, monoski, exercycle, physical therapist, exerciser, cyclist, treadmill, scooter, amputee, bicycler, gait, stroller, paraplegic, rollerblader, pedaling, marathoner, rider, paddler, horsewoman, horseback rider, crutch, stairs, sledder, rollerblading, roller blade, cycler, rollerblade, unicycle, powerlifter, labrador retriever, handrail, hiker, kayaker, wheelbarrow, pensioner, snowshoes, triathlete, pushchair, stairmaster, rollerblades, situp, pedaler, cocker spaniel, legs, trekker, velocipede, dalmation, dumbbell, pram, orienteer, handicapped, climber, ultramarathoner, lunger, mountain biker, prosthetist, groomer, reflexologist, abseiler, physical therapy, pulk, toddles, patroller, pushup, golden retriever, footstool, longe, dog, squats, perambulator, skis, crocheter, ergometer, physiotherapy, matts, mountain bike, prosthesis, ambulation, towrope, pedometer, woman, bedpan, cart, carer, canoeist, spaniel, marathons, striders, skateboard, housebound, bird watcher, walkers, swimmer, fisher, pedestrian, runner, flier, flyer, scout, skater, bowler, cook, archer, fighter, oarsman, potter, baker, decadent, interrogative, meditative, perpetrator, '', ageless, bolder, bookish, contemplative, daddy, egoistical, gangly, gawky, gnomic, hellenic, hellenistic, hermetic, ionian, lastnamed, leonine

More specific:
hiker, jaywalker, marcher, nondriver, parader, passerby, rambler, saunterer, shuffler, staggerer, stroller, swaggerer, wayfarer

Appears in the definition of:
bush, dubya, dubyuh, george bush, george w. bush, george walker bush, great, president bush, president george w. bush, sandwich board, slow, stumbler, tripper

More general:
frame, framework, framing, traveler, traveller

Synonyms:
baby-walker, footer, go-cart, pedestrian

Also try:
— Adjectives for walker: good, great, street, late, old, yule, young, former, solitary, poor, more...

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