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amble a slow, easy gait, esp. of a horse. [1/2 definitions]
canter a horse's gait between a trot and a gallop. [1/2 definitions]
dotty1 unsteady or unsure in gait; shaky. [1/4 definitions]
hackney (often cap.) a horse of English breed with a high-stepping gait. [1/4 definitions]
hitch1 an awkward gait; limp or hobble. [1/9 definitions]
hobble an awkward, halting, or unsteady walk or gait; limp. [1/6 definitions]
jog trot a slow, regular, jolting gait, esp. of a horse.
limp1 an uneven, labored, lame gait. [1/3 definitions]
lope of a horse or person, to trot or run gracefully and effortlessly with long steps, or to ride a horse at this gait. [1/3 definitions]
skip a skipping step, gait, or bounce. [1/10 definitions]
slog to walk steadily and with a heavy gait; plod. [1/4 definitions]
strut1 a strutting step, gait, or manner of walking. [1/3 definitions]
stump to walk with a heavy gait or a wooden leg. [1/10 definitions]
swagger a swaggering gait or manner. [1/5 definitions]
swamp fever a viral infection sometimes caught by horses, characterized by fever, uneven gait, and progressive anemia. [1/2 definitions]
Tennessee Walking Horse any of several breeds of saddle horse characterized by a light, easy gait.
toddle a slow and unsteady or hesitant gait. [1/2 definitions]
tramp to advance on foot, esp. at a steady, even gait; march or hike. [1/12 definitions]
trot the gait of a four-footed animal, esp. a horse, in which the left foreleg is moved forward simultaneously with the right hind leg, and vice versa. [3/6 definitions]
trundle to walk or go, often with a rolling gait. [1/6 definitions]