Canter (verb)

  1. To ride at a moderate speed, faster than a trot but slower than a gallop.
  2. To move smoothly and easily, often in a relaxed manner.

Origin:

From old french canter, from latin cantare "to sing".

Examples:

  1. He cantered his horse through the countryside.
  2. The riders cantered around the arena.
  3. The horse cantered effortlessly.
  4. He cantered down the street.
  5. She cantered through the park.
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