Meaning walk-on
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"minor non-speaking role," 1902, theatrical slang, from the verbal phrase walk on, attested in theater jargon by 1897 with a sense "appear in crowd scenes," from walk (v.) + on (ad [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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A very brief role
Source: clevelandfilm.com

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passenger without valid reservation.
Source: witiger.com

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typically thought of as a single player with no reservation, but could be more than one player Example: She didn't have a tee time, but decided to take her chances as a walk-on.
Source: pgaprofessional.com

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typically thought of as a single player with no reservation, but could be more than one player
Source: murdofrazer.com

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(n) plays a small part in a dramatic production(adj) not capable of or especially not involving speech or spoken lines
Source: beedictionary.com

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A very brief role
Source: sagaftra.org

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A student who does not receive an athletic scholarship, but who is a member of the team. 
Source: ncsasports.org


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