Definitions for walkoverˈwɔkˌoʊ vər
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backbends combined with handstands
cinch, breeze, picnic, snap, duck soup, child's play, pushover, walkover, piece of cake(noun)
any undertaking that is easy to do
"marketing this product will be no picnic"
An easy victory; a walkaway.
A bye or victory awarded to a competitor when a scheduled opponent fails to play a game.
A horse race with only one entrant.
Someone easy to defeat.
A backbend combined with a handstand.
A type of railroad passenger car seat, having reversible seat backs that can be moved across the seat to face either direction of travel
In British English, a walkover or W.O. is the awarding of a victory to a contestant because there are no other contestants, or because the other contestants have been disqualified or have forfeited. The term can apply in sport, but can also apply to elections. This is also referred to as winning "by default". The word is used more generally by extension, particularly in politics, for a contest in which the winner, although not the only participant, has little or no competition. The strict and extended meanings of "walkover" as a single word are both found from 1829.
The numerical value of walkover in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of walkover in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
You shouldn't be disheartened by mistakes/failures. I mean,mistakes/failures shouldn't dishearten you from trying out something new. For, mistake/failure teaches you much more than mastery/walkover does.
You shouldn't be disheartened because of mistakes/failures. I mean, mistakes/failures shouldn't dishearten you from trying out something new. For, mistake/failure teaches you much more than mastery/walkover does.
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