Having a specified gait. Often used in combination: smooth-gaited; slow-gaited. (adjective)
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Use "gaited" in a sentence
"I had some jerk ram my car back in 2006 when he tail gaited me."
"I used to own a quarter horse until my aging back decided a gaited horse would be a better fit."
"Personally I intend to stay with gaited horses (foxtrotters are my preference but walkers or single-foot horses are just as good) for all kinds of reasons."