walk out on
walk out on
- end a relationship with someone suddenly
- leave someone with whom you have a romantic relationship
- to abandon someone
- leave your spouse and end the relationship with them
- Everyone was shocked when he walked out on his wife of fourteen years and their two beautiful children aged ten and seven.
- After having a bitter argument, Jose walked out on Anne without so much as a final goodbye.
- Upset over her husband's drinking habits, she walked out on him, ending their three year old marriage.
- Her husband had walked out on her a year ago, but she still clung on to his belongings, hoping that someday he will return to her.
- Mary walked out on Roy when she found out that he had been cheating on her right from the beginning of their relationship.
- He walked out on her when he realized that she was not serious about their relationship anymore.
- He realized that he had made a mistake when he had walked out on her, and knew that he would have to regret his indiscretion for the rest of his life.
- You have been together for so long, don't walk out on him just like that, give your relationship another chance.
The origin of the phrase is not known.
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