Definitions for walk-on
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plays a small part in a dramatic production
not capable of or especially not involving speech or spoken lines
"had a nonspeaking role in the play"
A student athlete that wants to try out for a college sports/athletic team without the benefit of a scholarship or having been recruited.
An actor of a small (or "bit") part in a theatrical production or film, often without speaking lines.
The term walk-on is used in sports, particularly American college athletics, to describe an athlete who becomes part of a team without being actively recruited beforehand or awarded an athletic scholarship. This results in the differentiation between "walk-on" players and "scholarship" players.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The distance you walk on water depends on how great your faith is.
Now she can't talk, can't recognize anybody and can't walk on her own.
Did you exchange a walk-on part in a war, for a leading role in a cage?
You will have to walk on the road yourself, it will not tell you what lies ahead.
Before we take to the sea, we walk on land. . . Before we create, we must understand. . .
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