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rack3 one of two fast horse's gaits, either single-foot or pace. [2 definitions]
rapidly quickly; at a fast pace or in a short time.
rate1 the speed or pace at which something is accomplished. [1/12 definitions]
relent to slacken or abate, as severe weather, a fast pace, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
R.I.P. abbreviation of "requiescat in pace" (Latin); may he, or she, rest in peace.
romp a fast or apparently effortless pace. [1/4 definitions]
run a pace more rapid than a walk. [1/36 definitions]
running mate a horse entered in a race to set the pace for another from the same stable. [1/2 definitions]
saunter to walk at an unhurried, leisurely pace; stroll. [2 definitions]
single-foot the fast pace of a horse in which the legs move in pairs at each side but not quite at the same time; rack. [2 definitions]
smarten to quicken the pace of. [1/3 definitions]
speed to increase the rate or pace of (usu. fol. by up). [2/11 definitions]
stall2 in sports, to strategically slow the pace of a game. [2/5 definitions]
step a fixed pace, rhythm, or pattern used in dancing or other type of movement. [1/12 definitions]
stroke a single pull of a rowing oar, the pace or manner of executing this motion, or the oarsman in a rowing crew who sets the pace for rowing. [2/13 definitions]
stroke oar the rower nearest the stern of a racing shell, who sets the rowing pace for all the others. [1/2 definitions]
stroll to walk along, through, in, or on at a leisurely pace. [1/3 definitions]
tramp a long walk at a steady pace; march or hike. [1/12 definitions]
trot to go at a pace between a walk and a run; jog. [2/6 definitions]
walk to move at a moderate pace by steps. [1/15 definitions]
wander to move about with no purpose, aim, or plan, or at no definite pace; roam. [1/5 definitions]