from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. to lead or bring out, as a horse, to show his paces; hence, to bring forward, as for exhibition.
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In the interim, however, there wasn’t a store in Manhattan or a bridal shop in the tristate area that wasn’t given the opportunity to trot out every gown in their stockrooms.
Mary held the reins as tightly as her stiff fingers would permit as she directed her horse to trot out of the gates of Chatsworth and onto the path leading to her next residence of incarceration, Sheffield Castle.
He'd been expecting her to trot out some esoteric data from the Institute's angel-control studies.
The Samuel Goldwyn Company continues to trot out muscle-heads dressed in the red, white, and blue with names like Bronco, Flame, and Cyclone.