Definition of dogtrot in English:

dogtrot

Line breaks: dog|trot
Pronunciation: /ˈdɒgtrɒt
 
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noun

[in singular]
  • A gentle easy trot.

verb

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  • Move at a dogtrot: the loaded man would dogtrot along the trail
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    • Neither the conductor nor Handel could sustain interest for long: Mr. Woodside invariably lapsed into a dogtrotting tempo that made for an extremely long evening.
    • There wasn't a single car on the road as I dogtrotted all the way to town.
    • Likable, intelligent, usually tired, he dogtrots through a delicate and strategic job.

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