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Related to trot: trot out, Troy, turkey trot, tarot
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run

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run

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on the trot

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a person's steady easy gait that is faster than a walk but slower than a run

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an ugly, frightening old woman

to move with a steady easy gait faster than a walk but slower than a run

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a slow pace of running

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radicals who support Trotsky's theory that socialism must be established throughout the world by continuing revolution

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a literal translation used in studying a foreign language (often used illicitly)

a gait faster than a walk

run at a moderately swift pace

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cause to trot

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References in classic literature ?
But a real horse is alive, and trots and prances and eats oats, while this is nothing more than a dead horse, made of wood, and used to saw logs upon.
As the two approached my hiding-place, Nobs reduced his speed, and the stallion, evidently only too glad of the respite, dropped into a trot.
He took a silent trot, after that, for a minute or two.
There's nothing,' said Toby, breaking forth afresh--but here he stopped short in his trot, and with a face of great interest and some alarm, felt his nose carefully all the way up.
But Toby, not hearing it, continued to trot backwards and forwards: musing as he went, and talking to himself.
A well-timed action, as it happened; for finding the letter in one of them, and being by that means reminded of his charge, he fell, mechanically, into his usual trot, and trotted off.
But no--she increased her trot to a gallop, and then I fired at her, but the bullet, though it struck her full in the breast, didn't stop her.
Tom blows his horn and trots off, followed by the pack, by the whips, by the young gents from Winchester, by the farmers of the neighbourhood, by the labourers of the parish on foot, with whom the day is a great holiday, Sir Huddlestone bringing up the rear with Colonel Crawley, and the whole cortege disappears down the avenue.
That light-haired gentleman followed close upon their heels, at least backing up Mr Boffin in a literal sense, if he had not had recent opportunities of doing so spiritually; while Mr Boffin, trotting on as hard as he could trot, involved Silas Wegg in frequent collisions with the public, much as a pre- occupied blind man's dog may be seen to involve his master.
The pony made a moment's pause; but, as if it occurred to him that to stop when he was required might be to establish an inconvenient and dangerous precedent, he immediately started off again, rattled at a fast trot to the street corner, wheeled round, came back, and then stopped of his own accord.
We are very happy to sponsor the Turkey Trot again this year in support of the CEA," said Scott St.
The Turkey Trot is an opportunity to show Broward youth, as well as our entire community, that fitness can be fun, and it's all for a good cause.
This year's Cherry Tree Trot will feature four race categories and a walkathon.
In a trot, a front paw (or hoof or foot) rises and falls in sync with the hind paw on the opposite side, explained Frank Fish of West Chester University in Pennsylvania.
Leicester have won eight on the trot, that speaks for itself.