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How to use canter in a sentence
This is where I was a little less impressed by the things Canter had to say.
Canter says the operations in those 10 states will look like this.
Canter acknowledges that the Democrats talk about “field” in every off-year election.
Look also, Canter says, at what happened in Montana and North Dakota in 2012.
“This race is going to surprise a lot of people,” says Canter.Democrats Are on Track to Retain Control of Senate|Eleanor Clift|November 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He shook Nejdi into a canter, drew his sword, and looked keenly ahead for the first sign of those who would bar his path.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
It would have been great fun, if I had not been afraid papa would catch cold, and he said we would canter on to the inn.The Daisy Chain|Charlotte Yonge
"But that needn't keep us from the saddle," Mollie decided, as they watched the two men canter swiftly away.The Outdoor Girls in the Saddle|Laura Lee Hope
We again took a large circle, and at a good canter approached each other till we were nearly within spear's-length.Confessions of a Thug|Philip Meadows Taylor
He readily purchased the salt, but learned, to his consternation, that the march to Burkesville was a mere preliminary canter.