Noun(1) a slow pace of running(2) a smooth three-beat gait; between a trot and a gallop
Verb(1) run easily
(1) They went at a lope , the sound of the rebels swelling and receding as they wound this way and that, sometimes Sara showing them hidden passages.(2) they set off at a fast lope(3) When we reached the end of the cobblestone paved streets we pushed the horses into an easy lope .(4) With a last look at the towering column of black smoke, he followed Jordan, running at a steady lope through the woods.(5) The next step is the lope , the trainer just adds a little tuck and roll (away from the horse's feet for obvious reasons) after he slides out of the saddle.(6) I broke into a lope , strides consuming the gap between us.(7) At the same time, the aircraft developed a jerking lope .(8) He mounted the pack horse and followed at a ground-eating lope .(9) They entered the grand many-tiered hall in a lope .(10) This time the bear took off at a lope , crashed through the trees and disappeared from sight.(11) She watched as Michael gently tugged on Starlight's reins and rode away at a steady lope ├ö├ç┬¬(12) He sets off at a measured lope , headed toward the Great Divide, headed east.(13) Less than half an hour later, they were off, moving at a four-legged lope southeastward.(14) She swung up into the saddle, and nudged the chestnut into a fast lope .(15) After a while her posture lent itself a graceful, long-legged lope when she ran, or a silent stride when she was walking.(16) He warned her, before he went from standing still to a fast lope .
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