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verb as in move along briskly

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While some longer Trots exist—up to half-marathon lengths—people who haven’t run in a while should avoid signing up for them.

Turkey Trots are set to return on Thanksgiving after a year hiatus, and at least one runner is ready to take his trot to the next level.

Other athletes can get digestive issues, but they are usually much different than runner’s trots and are not as common.

The whole point of being a pageant queen is to trot around in your bikini to be ogled at while feigning sexual naiveté.

And, of course, they trot out the Constitution to justify their actions, much as the slave holders did 150 years earlier.

He had to urge his horse to a trot, and he went tagging alongside the funnel to see what it would do.

Then I just have to “retrieve payload” from Coinapult, trot on back over to Blockchain and BAM!

Oscar forecasters like to trot out old statistics when deciding who will win which awards.

The truth is, it is not safe to trot down such mountains and hardly to ride down them at all.

But I have some more foul way to trot through still, in your Epistles and Satyrs, &c.

Soon he begins to trot, and, when he thinks himself out of sight, bounds off like a greyhound.

To the left of us a horse snorted nervously; we heard him trot with high, springy strides to the end of his rope, and snort again.

I don't want to go back into my life, I don't want to trot out the old 'more sinned against than sinning' cliché.

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On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trot, such as: amble, hurry, jog, lope, scamper, and canter.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.