But you'll be about certain to get your walking papers if you wait for the first information to come from other sources.
McRae at last lost patience with him and gave him his walking papers.
Send me his 'walking papers' and I'll see that he gets them.
Nance tells me I must get busy or else take my walking papers.
See here, young man, I'll give you your walking papers if I hear any more talk like that!
The bases were filled, two men knocking a one and two bagger respectively and another getting his walking papers.
If only Mr. Lincoln could then give the walking papers to General Halleck!
Kerr was a notoriously good hitter and Ogden gave him his walking papers.
Langridge seemed to be asleep part of the time and issued a number of walking papers.
I don't know what has happened but I think she has given King his walking papers—and all on account of you.
Notice of dismissal. To “get one's walking papers” is to be fired.
: He found a walk-in clinic just outside town
A customer, patient, etc, who enters without an appointment: Our hair-styling boutique welcomes walk-ins (1970s+)