V prep/adv, V adv/prep
amble belt blunder bolt bounce bound breeze burst bustle buzz canter caper charge chase clump crawl creep dance dart edge float flounce flutter fly gallop gambol glide hare hasten hobble hop jig leap limp lollop lope lumber lurch march mince pace pad parade pelt plod pound prance prowl race reel run sashay saunter scamper scoot scurry scuttle shamble shimmy shuffle sidle skip slide slink slip slope slouch sneak sprint stagger stalk stamp steal step stomp storm stride stroll strut stumble stump swagger sweep tear teeter tiptoe toddle totter tramp trip trot trudge twirl waddle walk waltz
The 'walk' groupThese verbs are concerned with walking or running somewhere. This includes:
verbs indicating the speed of the movement e.g. amble, race
verbs indicating how gracefully or clumsily someone moves e.g. glide, stagger
verbs indicating the emotion or attitude of the person moving e.g. flounce, storm
verbs indicating that someone is trying not to be noticed e.g. slink, sneak
On the second floor, he raced down another corridor, rounded a sharp turn, and found himself facing a closed door.
We had to sneak out because it was after nine at night.
As the other officers pounced on the attacker, the injured policeman staggered into the street.
He stormed out of the apartment, slamming the door furiously behind him.
Mrs. Madrigal walked to the window, where she stood motionless, keeping her back to Michael.