Overwalk

O`ver`walk´


v. t.1.To walk over or upon.
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ANEURISM, BIKEWAYS, CHAIRMEN, DYNAMIST, ENRAVISH, FRANCIUM, GERANIUM, HOMER1AN, ICKENHAM (London, England), JURYMAST, KNOWABLE, LUKEWARM, MACHINED, NUMERACY, OVERWALK, PEAKYISH, QUIREMAN, RAVENISH, SEMINARY, TYMPANIC, UNWALKED, VANISHER, WAVERING, XANTHISM (Sted.), YCHAINED, ZANYSHIP
Some dementia patients were overwalked by staff who did not properly understand the risks of dehydration, and patients were found with call bells not within reach, meaning they may not be able to call for assistance.
I am worried we overwalked her and she regularly banged her foreleg in the door.