As I spoke a powerful bay horse swept out from the weighting enclosure and cantered
past us, bearing on it back the well-known black and red of the Colonel.
The twain cantered
along for some time without speech, Tess as she clung to him still panting in her triumph, yet in other respects dubious.
Looking at him as he cantered
over the linoleum at Bredin's, you would have said that his mind was on his work.
Presently we lost the light, presently saw it, presently lost it, presently saw it, and turned into an avenue of trees and cantered
up towards where it was beaming brightly.
Five minutes after he had cantered
down the road from camp, Spizo the Spaniard, sneaking his horse unseen into the surrounding forest, mounted and spurred rapidly after him.
As he cantered
by the stand, they all saw the cause of his momentary stagger.
He left the country road at the first gate he came to and cantered
through a hayfield.
I bet your daddy and your mother cantered
away with the ribbons in their day.
She was up and away as she spoke, doing her best to efface the memory of her downfall by sitting very erect, elbows down, head well up, and taking the motion of the pony as Barkis cantered
along as easily as a rocking-chair.
on as he spoke, while Alleyne, having dispensed two more pence, left the old dame standing by the furthest cottage of Hordle, with her shrill voice raised in blessings instead of revilings.