at a canter

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at a canter

  1. (idiomatic) Without much effort; easily.
    Synonym: in a walk
    • 2019 June 28, Michael Cragg, “Meet Rosalía”, in The Guardian[1]:
      “When an artist becomes pop, it’s because the people choose it,” she says, now speaking at a canter.