pacer

[pey-ser]
noun
1.
a person or thing that paces.
2.
a standard-bred horse that is used for pacing in harness racing.
3.
a pacemaker.

Origin:
1650–60; pace1 + -er1

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pacer (ˈpeɪsə)
 
n
1.  a horse trained to move at a special gait, esp for racing
2.  another word for pacemaker

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If you are a pacer, clear yourself a path so that you don't trip over a stray shoe mid-answer.
Pacer, the danger of putting up tariffs, is of course setting off trade wars.
Pacer, that's how it used to be, but the government made it so difficult to use the intellectual property that no one bothered.
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