Definition of Walk a tightrope

1. Verb. (idiomatic) To undertake a precarious course of action. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Walk A Tightrope

walk-in(a)
walk-ins
walk-off
walk-offs
walk-on
walk-ons
walk-over
walk-overs
walk-through
walk-through angina
walk-to(a)
walk-up
walk-up apartment
walk-ups
walk a mile in someone's shoes
walk a tightrope (current term)
walk about
walk all over someone
walk and chew gum at the same time
walk around
walk away
walk away from
walk back
walk in
walk in on
walk in the park
walk in the snow
walk into
walk like an Egyptian
walk of life

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