Hike [noun]

Definition of Hike:

journey by foot

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Sentence/Example of Hike:

For the past few weeks, I’ve largely allowed air quality readings to dictate when I should walk my dog, and whether I can venture out for a hike or run.

Outside spoke to Anjos about her reasons for pursuing the AT FKT, the psychological benefits of being a distance runner, and the experience of attempting a high-speed thru hike during a pandemic summer.

Hydration bladders come in many different sizes, so it’s important to judge how much water you’ll need for your hikes when choosing which bladder to bring.

If you’re bringing your salad on a hike, wedge a small ice pack next to it, especially if it’s a hot day.

Before the pandemic, Main and Rose employees would get together in person a few times a year to do yoga or go on hikes together.

If your machine isn't busted, you hike right along, and maybe you'll beat the other chap yet.

I'll git out ole Lucretia Borgia an' hike fer the mountings immediate.

We don't know ourselves just how far we expect to hike this afternoon.

"Another hike, and this time up the mountain," returned Paul.

But that was to be looked for, since this was their first real hike.