Sentence for gait | Use gait in a sentence

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  • It had destroyed the composure of his gait. (10)
  • A sort of impassioned abstraction expressed itself in his gait and bearing. (9)
  • She used to circle the ring at a forty gait, with our owner doing all sorts of tricks upon her back. (21)
  • It seemed now so sure of its end, so strong and easy in its gait, like a grown man full of determination. (2)
  • Possibly his impressionable mind was half conscious of something familiar in its shambling, awkward gait. (1)
  • At his tortoise gait he passed between the office stools to the door, opened it feebly, and slowly vanished. (8)
  • Her mood was exalted and festive, her gait a little careless, her head charmingly bent a little to one side. (12)
  • His very loose black suit and a peculiar roll of his gait likened him to a mourning boatswain who was jolly. (10)
  • It is that of a man of about thirty-five, of feeble gait, leaning the weight of all one side of him on a stick. (8)
  • When he walked, he had a kind of spring in his gait, as if now and again a buoyant thought lifted him from the ground. (9)
  • Balthasar, who knew a water-rat or two, gambolled in front, at the gait which marks an oldish dog who takes the same walk every day. (8)
  • She could see his patent-leathered feet, and well-turned, peg-top-trousered legs go by with the gait of a man whose waist is corseted. (8)
  • In height and breadth she most nearly resembled a sugar-hogshead, whose rolling, pitching motion, when trundled along on edge, she emulated in her gait. (6)
  • There was nothing of the superb gait with which a regiment of tall Highlanders moves behind its music, solemn and inevitable, like a natural phenomenon. (2)
  • The little ground-doves mimic in miniature the form and markings and the gait and mild behavior of our turtle-doves, but perhaps not their melancholy cooing. (9)

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Definition of gait:

  • gait, gt, n. way or manner of walking, step, pace. | adj. gait’ed, having a particular gait. (0) | gait, gt, n. (_prov._) a sheaf of corn: charge for pasturage.(0)

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