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1. You can't walk out on your wife and children.
2. When someone walk out your life, let them. They are just making more room for someone else better to walk in.
3. We're so short-staffed. I can't just walk out.Sentence dictionary
4. I never walk out on a job half done.
5. How could she walk out on her kids?
6. Workers are threatening to walk out.
7. The workers threatened to walk out on Monday morning.
8. 'I never walk out on a deal,' Dee said.
9. Never did he walk out on the contract.
10. Just think; tomorrow we shall walk out of this place and leave it all behind us forever.
11. You can't walk out on the contract, or you could be taken to court.
12. They hinted that they would walk out of the peace talks.
13. It's quite something to walk out on stage in front of 20,000 people.
14. I want to walk out to get a breath of fresh air.
15. The director told them not to walk out on the chairman.
16. I won't walk out - I like to see things through to the finish .
17. I was worried she would walk out or bring the interview to an end.
18. They threatened to walk out if the party did not change direction.
19. He was asked whether he would walk out if the worst came to the worst.
20. Workers are threatening to walk out if an agreement is not reached.
21. If you can afford to walk out of your job, why not?
22. They drank up and began to walk out.
23. They walk out into the arena, all nerves.
24. Ambulance drivers have threatened to walk out if their pay claim is rejected.
25. And then walk out of here leaving my body on the floor? Fat chance.
26. I was so incensed by what he was saying I had to walk out.
27. During the first weeks of basic training recruits are not permitted to walk out.
28. It was one thing to talk about leaving; it was another to physically walk out the door.
29. Once again he listened calmly to her tearful pleas, and once again Scott refused to walk out on the station and join Annabel.
30. I could be pushing people too hard and they could be planning to walk out the door.