Definition of 'gait'
Example sentences containing 'gait'
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At a walk his gait was awkward and laboured. Seminary Boy (2006)He wore the look and rolling gait of a man trawling for trouble. Times, Sunday Times (2011)With a slow, painful gait she walked toward the door then paused on seeing Aislinn. THE WOLF AND THE DOVEWith a heavy, shuffling gait, she walked out of the room. The Broken God (1993)I knew it was Brummie from half a mile away as his lack of toes gave him a rolling gait. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are fast fliers, but on land around the burrow they walk with a comic, rolling gait. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The unstable surface triggers the muscles surrounding the spine and pelvis, helping the participant to maintain an upright position, improving gait and posture. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'gait'
British English: gait NOUN
A particular kind of gait is a particular way of walking.
...a tubby little man in his fifties, with sparse hair and a rolling gait.
Definition of gait from the Collins English Dictionary
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