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canter
a moderate gallop
extricate
to disentangle, relase or set free
brandish
to wave or shake threateningly or ostentatiously
ensconce
to hide or conceal securely; to settle comfrotably or snugly
exodus
a departure or an emigration, usually of a large number of people
consign
to deliver, hand over, or transmit; to entrust to another's care
equestrian
pertaining to horses, horseback riders, or horseback riding
sedentary
characterized by or requiring sittiong or slight activity
animate
to give life or motion to; to make gay, energetic or lively
headlong
reckles, rash, moving wiht uncontrolled speed, plunging headfirst
hurtle
to move swiftly or noisily; to throw violently
scud
to move swiftly or glide along easily, especially if driven by the wind
careen
to tip, lean, or lie on one side; to lurch or sway from side to side
trundle
to roll along
undualate
to move in waves, or to have a wavy form
shunt
to switch or shift; to shove or turn off to one side
shamble
to walk clumsily or shuffle along
desultory
disconnected, shifting, or aimlessly skipping from one thing to another without order
itinerant
traveling from place to place; one who travels from place to place
centrifugal
moving outward or away from the center