Definition of Trot out

1. Verb. Bring out and show for inspection and admiration. "Always able to trot out some new excuse"

Generic synonyms: Bring Out, Reveal, Uncover, Unveil



Definition of Trot out

1. Verb. (idiomatic transitive) To list or recite quickly. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trot Out

tropospheric
tropospherically
tropotaxes
tropotaxis
troppo
tropylium
tropyliums
tropæan
tropæolin
tropæum
trosh
troshing
trossers
trot
trot off
trot out (current term)
troth
trothed
trothful
trothing
trothless
trothplight
trothplighted
trothplighting
trothplights
troths
trotline
trotlines
trots
trotted

Literary usage of Trot out

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1. Four Years Under Marse Robert by Robert Stiles (1903)
"... Conduct of the "Napoleon Section" of the Howitzers — Frying Pan as Sword and Banner — Prayer with a Dying Federal Soldier — "trot out Your Deaf Man and ..."

2. The Trooper's Manual: Or, Tactics for Light Dragoon and Mounted Riflemen by James Lucius Davis (1861)
"To pass from the trot to the trot-out, and from the trot-out to the trot. The troopers marching at the trot, and in column, the instructor commands: ..."

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