Definition of Gaits

1. Noun. (plural of gait) ¹



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Definition of Gaits

1. gait [v] - See also: gait

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaits

gainyield
gair
gairfowl
gairfowls
gairs
gait
gait apraxia
gaited
gaiter
gaitered
gaiterless
gaiterlike
gaiters
gaiting
gaitite
gaits (current term)
gaitt
gaitts
gajillion
gajillions
gajo
gajos
gak
gal/d
gala
gala(a)
gala affair
gala pie
gala pies

Literary usage of Gaits

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1. The Horse of America in His Derivation, History and Development by John Hankins Wallace (1897)
"The saddle gaits come only from the pacer—Saddle gaits cultivated three hundred years ago—Markham on the saddle gaits—The military seat the best —The unity ..."

2. The Exterior of the Horse by Armand Goubaux, Gustave Barrier, Simon J. J. Harger (1892)
"THE gaits IN PARTICULAR. THE horse, strictly shaking, employs in a state of nature only four gaits, which are—the walk, the amble, the trot, and the gallop. ..."

3. The Training and Breaking of Horses by Merritt Wesley Harper (1918)
"the high-school horse, in addition to going all the saddle gaits, is well trained in many ... These horses, in addition to doing the ordinary saddle gaits, ..."

4. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1908)
"The education, harnessing and gaits of the horse, in their practical aspects, involve many problems and much detail that cannot ..."

5. Equitation by Henry L. de Bussigny (1922)
"CHAPTER VI THE gaits THE usual equitation regards the horse as an animated machine already adjusted to carrying the rider's weight at various gaits. ..."

6. Horses, Saddles and Bridles by William Harding Carter (1906)
"gaits OF THE HORSE. Motion Implies Displacement of Center of Gravity. ... The analysis of the gaits of the horse is a science of itself, into the domain of ..."

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