- n.侦探 adj.侦探的
- The horse started off at a steady trot.
- I say a horse at a gallop tom'returned the guard leaving his hold of the door and mounting nimbly to his place.
- ` I say a horse at a gallop tom'returned the guard leaving his hold of the door and mounting nimbly to his place.
- The drayman whipped on his horse.
- As she drew near the path that led down through the bare trees into the creek bottom where the shantytown settlement was she clucked to the horse to quicken his speed.
- When a horse trots exactly what is he doing with his legs and feet?
- Yesterday the vehicle drove itself at32miles per hour for eight miles along the old pony express trail "whittaker said proudly as he showed off the humvee named sandstorm to a sponsor he had brought with him from pittsburgh.
- A fast gait of a horse; a two-beat stride during which all four legs are off the ground simultaneously.
- The horse went off at a trot.
- The rider spurred his horse.
- He told me not to gallop that old horse.
- In the1860s--over a hundred years ago--the mail was taken out west by the pony express.