Bicycles don't break their legs, they don't need to be fed, and on a modern road, their gait is a lot smoother.
The research on gait may also be used to make robots move in a more natural way.
They are the ultimate Vatican insiders, able to identify cardinals by their gait alone.
Why that cherry-colored cloak, that white plume, that affected imitation of my gait?
He changed his gait and hurried to the eastern side of Valhalla.
The Camel is called the ship of the desert because its gait is said to resemble the motion of a ship.
He was confused in his gait, almost as if his lower limbs had been fettered, too.
He quickened his horse's gait, and looked smilingly down into Jessie's face.
There was already a look of slovenly age about his stooping bookworm's gait.
They darted off with the speed of a Grecian hippodrome, when they imitated the gait of almost every untrained quadruped.
c.1300, gate "a going or walking, departure, journey," earlier "way, road, path" (c.1200), from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse gata "way, road, path"), cognate with Old High German gazza "street, German Gasse, Gothic gatwo. Meaning "manner of walking" is from mid-15c. Modern spelling developed before 1750, originally in Scottish. Related: Gaited.
A particular way or manner of walking.