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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A rapid gait of a horse in which each foot strikes the ground separately v. - Go at a rack.

Usage examples (23)
  • All she was able to plant was a little garden that she worked by hand with a single-foot plow and a hoe.
  • Spanish horse should; he trotted, he loped, he paced, and went single-foot, greatly to the admiration of the three spectators.
  • Personally I intend to stay with gaited horses (foxtrotters are my preference but walkers or single-foot horses are just as good) for all kinds of reasons.
  • I'm behind you so much on these single-foot trails. for more
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