Definition of "gaiting" [gaiting]

  • Present participle of gait. (verb)

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Use "gaiting" in a sentence
  • "Driving above the speed limit or too close to the top of it, taking unnecessary chances, ducking lanes, passing on the right, tail-gaiting all are dangerous."
  • "I truly believe that many of the polling locations will have "vote-gaiting," like tail-gaiting but without the grilling going on -- or in terms avid concert goers will understand, there should be a "lot scene.""
  • ""As Pfizer is the 800-pound gorilla, gaiting the level of competition, we expect that its actions will ripple through the industry, which should further enhance earnings-per-share visibility," she noted."
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