"If we stay here much longer Herb is going to have a walkover about winning the silver cup," George remarked, half complainingly.
For his victory had not been altogether the walkover he had airily described to Craven.
He had seen the freshman fight, however, and he realized that he would not have a walkover.
It was a “walkover” soon after the first few innings had demonstrated the superiority of Yale.
It soon became apparent that the teams were very evenly matched, and that neither would have a walkover.
I supposed that Blaine had a walkover, that he was certain to carry New York.
As to the fight itself, it was in many ways, no doubt, a walkover.
Some think one fellow is going to have a walkover, and others hold different opinions.
Don't you believe for one minute we're going to have a walkover.
Oh, Miss Van Deusen will have a walkover when her turn for election comes again.
A strike: There's a walkout at the supermarkets right now (late 1880s+ Labor union)