They went along at a jog-trot, with their lances under their left arm, point downward.
Man, so to speak, was born old and accommodated to a jog-trot.
Then, far up the road, I thought I heard the beat of horses' hoofs coming on at a jog-trot.
The line-rider swung to the saddle and put his pony at a jog-trot.
He ran on, heavily and at a jog-trot, without a thought206 of where he was running to or why he ran.
It delayed the whole gang, for they could not go on faster than a jog-trot.
Maze and spiral; follow-my-leader, done at a jog-trot in the open air.
On a jog-trot, it is an unpardonable sin to lean forward at all.
He had by no means settled down to the jog-trot duties of a small Irish vicar.
It's about as swift a change as you could ask from jog-trot daily life.