trotter

[trot-er]
noun
1.
an animal that trots, especially a horse bred and trained for harness racing.
2.
a person who moves about briskly and constantly.
3.
the foot of an animal, especially of a sheep or pig, used as food.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English; see trot1, -er1

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trotter (ˈtrɒtə)
 
n
1.  a person or animal that trots, esp a horse that is specially trained to trot fast
2.  (usually plural) the foot of certain animals, esp of pigs

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The horse was a spirited trotter, and at once ran away at full speed.
Now it's a regular globe-trotter, spending time all over the world.
Today's globe-trotter follows a simple mantra: light and wired.
Today, an overweight globe-trotter with more money than experience and a little-known blind guy have equal access.
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