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amble to walk at an easy, leisurely pace; stroll. [1/2 definitions]
apace at a swift pace; quickly.
crawl a very slow or interrupted pace. [1/7 definitions]
double time a fast military marching pace of one hundred and eighty three-foot steps per minute. [1/3 definitions]
fast-paced unfolding or moving forward at a rapid pace. [1/3 definitions]
force-feed to force (one) to eat, learn, or accept something either against the will or at an uncomfortably fast pace.
gallop the fastest pace of a horse or other four-footed animal, in which all four feet are off the ground simultaneously during each stride. [3/6 definitions]
hit one's stride to achieve an effective pace or level.
jog1 to run, esp. at a steady but moderate pace, as for exercise. [2/9 definitions]
keep up with to go at the same speed or pace as.
lag to fall behind an established or expected pace (often fol. by "behind"). [1/6 definitions]
march a steady, regular pace. [1/10 definitions]
measure rhythm; pace. [1/14 definitions]
moderato with a moderate pace or tempo (used as a musical direction).
pace1 to train to perform at a particular pace. [1/12 definitions]
pacesetter one that sets a pace for others to equal or strive for; pacemaker.
pari passu (Latin) with an equal pace or rate; side by side. [1/2 definitions]
pitch1 the degree, pace, extent, or position, esp. the extreme or highest point. [1/22 definitions]
poke to move at a slow pace; dawdle. [1/12 definitions]
programmed instruction a program of study divided into discrete units that students may complete at their own pace, being required only to finish one unit before advancing to the next.
rack3 one of two fast horse's gaits, either single-foot or pace. [2 definitions]