cantering

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Verb[edit]

cantering

  1. present participle of canter

Noun[edit]

cantering (plural canterings)

  1. Movement at a canter.
    • Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist
      Here are no canterings upon moonlit heaths, no merry-makings in the snuggest of all possible caverns, none of the attractions of dress, no embroidery, no lace, no jack-boots, no crimson coats and ruffles, none of the dash and freedom with which "the road" has been, time out of mind, invested.

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