pace[ peys ]SEE DEFINITION OF pace
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PACE
He began to pace the floor again from one room to the other.
He made it his point to see that she was never urged beyond that pace.
Now, she quickened her pace, anxious for the plunge that should set the term to sorrow.
He should then pace the distance between himself and that animal.
He was followed by two young women, who flanked him by a pace or so to the rear.
At his command the Leopard Woman had dropped a pace to the rear.
She withdrew a pace, almost as though washing her hands of the affair.
To the bewilderment of the Leopard Woman the pace of the safari now slackened.
We had made the first part of our journey at a snail's pace.
But Philip slackened not his pace; he began to distance his pursuers.