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verb as in move along briskly

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French media have trotted out specialists to explain the phenomenon and have generally pinpointed its origins abroad.

Each series trotted out gags that neither has attempted in years, like the previously mentioned prank phone call.

And the old arguments for inaction will be trotted out for the next president, as well.

Even for films whose obvious flaws have been trotted out time and again.

Five months later, de Blasio won the primary and then trotted through the finish line.

Once a party trotted by within a half-mile of us, but no one of the four men we wanted to see was in the squad.

"She thinks that we are foundlings," said the Twins, and they trotted indoors to the evening meal.

Captain had trotted in, and was sitting close by, looking first at one and then at the other of us quizzically.

Benny trotted to and fro, waiting upon the busy pickers, his cheeks as red as the cherries themselves.

In the meantime he was completely infatuated, and trotted about after Sarah like an old turkey cock.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trotted, such as: scamper, hurry, amble, lope, jog, and canter.

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