Single-foot

Definition of Single-foot

Sin´gle-foot`
n.1.An irregular gait of a horse; - called also single-footed pace. See Single, v. i.
Single-foot is an irregular pace, rather rare, distinguished by the posterior extremities moving in the order of a fast walk, and the anterior extremities in that of a slow trot.
- Stillman (The Horse in Motion.
v. i.1.To proceed by means of the single-foot, as a horse or other quadruped.

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