A horse that trots, especially one trained for harness racing. (noun)
Informal A foot, especially the foot of a pig or sheep prepared as food. (noun)
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Use "trotter" in a sentence
"Boning a trotter is the ultimate testament to how you value your truffles, good work."
"Bruni recounts the plethora of pork belly on the app menu ( "pork belly with kimchi in an Asian preparation" or "house-smoked pork belly with lentils") then noted the pig-plenty on the entrees list ( "a pork chop, pork ribs or a pork foot, also known as a trotter"), and even found a little piggy available for dessert ( "the house-made bacon chocolate crunch bar")."
"Benders and under limbs seem to have gone by the boards, along with other by-words of the period, such as trotter (as in the trotter of a chicken) and joint (for specificity at the dining table, one might ask for the first joint or second joint)."