canter

[ kan-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF canter

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CANTER

Captain Smith affected a cough, and put his brown mare into a canter.

Caroline, with a movement of impatience, put her horse into a canter.

That's why I have Dutchy take him out on a country road and canter him.

I had intended asking you to join me in a canter over the country.

The party who were to go were soon in the saddle, and they started off at a canter.

They rode southward at a canter in the shelter of the edge of the timber.

I suppose you 've no objection to my taking a canter on him this morning?

But, come along, my boy, we'll take a canter; I want to show you Moddiridderoo.

"Orders from General Murray, sir," said the man, and rode off at a canter.

"Everybody has got ahead of us," she said, as they put their horses into a canter.

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