- v. Simple past tense and past participle of trot.
““Devils,” he said, and without another word trotted back toward the river.”
“I thought of Ms Ghosain yesterday morning as the "Allies" - a phrase trotted out immediately by the television clamouratti, I noticed - started their "ground preparation" against Libya with their "air assets" against Colonel Gaddafi.”
“Rather than simply congratulate Barack Obama on such a historic night, she again trotted out the meaningless claim that she had more votes.”
“Senator McCain trotted out a truly weird attack against Senator Obama last night, accusing him of wanting to invade Pakistan and thereby undermine our good buddy President Musharraf.”
“We then have the Psittacine Mantra again trotted out: the constitutional concept being ‘abandoned’:”
“In the meantime, the end of The Return of History and the End of Dreams makes it clear that “democracy” is a realist concern — a word trotted out by clever states and statesmen to smooth over the play of their own interests.”
“If you listen or read the things being said about abortion you will always see the phrase trotted out as if its presence alone can make an argument right.”
“But on this night, while Gatlin trotted on the backstretch, accompanied by a platoon of photographers, Greene jogged on the front stretch, wrapped in a flag.”
“He turned once more to glance sharply in the direction of the face he could so dimly -- and of set purpose -- discern; and without a word trotted off into the hall.”
“We have all heard that time-worn phrase trotted out about everyone having at least one book inside them, and most of us like to believe it's true.”
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Meant to be added to the word 'in' example 'burst in'
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