- to overcome, to demolish; “I’ll WALK INTO his affections,” _i.e._, I will scold or thrash him. “He WALKED INTO the grub,” _i.e._, he demolished it. WALK INTO also means to get into the debt of any one, as “He WALKED INTO the affections of all the tradesmen in the neighbourhood.”
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