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pace
  1. (obsolete) Passage, route.
    1. (obsolete) One's journey or route. [14th-18th century]
    2. (obsolete) A passage through difficult terrain; a mountain pass or route vulnerable to ambush etc. [14th-17th century]
    3. (obsolete) An aisle in a church. [15th-19th century]
  2. Step.
    1. A step taken with the foot. [from 14th century]
    2. The distance covered in a step (or sometimes two), either vaguely or according to various specific set measurements. [from 14th century]
  3. Way of stepping.
    1. A manner of walking, running or dancing; the rate or style of how someone moves with their feet. [from 14th century]
    2. Any of various gaits of a horse, specifically a 2-beat, lateral gait. [from 15th century]
  4. Speed or velocity in general. [from 15th century]
  5. (cricket) A measure of the hardness of a pitch and of the tendency of a cricket ball to maintain its speed after bouncing. [from 19th century]
  6. A group of donkeys. The collective noun for donkeys.
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  8. Examples:
    1. “We walked at a slow and steady pace as we were not in any sort of hurry.”
      “Arthur immediately stepped back a pace to put some distance between himself and the legendary bear.”
      “He walked with a strange pace, seemingly floating.”
pacer
  1. One who paces.
  2. A breed of horse used in harness races.
  3. Short for pacemaker.
  4. (Australia) A mechanical pencil.
  5. Synonyms:
  6. Examples:
    1. “Sallie was going to be the next pacer, so she got ready for her twenty mile loop.”
      “If this is your first pacer, you may harbour uncharitable thoughts about this uncomfortable big fat lump of metal in your chest.”
      “Weight loss despite adequate calories suggests an overactive thyroid, Parkinsonism, diabetes, or a hyperactive Alzheimer pacer.”
pacesetter
  1. A person who determines the rate of action through leading.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Magna Graduate kept close to the leaders on the inside and moved to within one length of pacesetter Tani Maru through six furlongs.”
      “The early pacesetter faded to last, and Regal Thunder ran on to finish second.”
      “Front-runners Hoof It, Nameitwhatyoulike and Dragon King are all in single figures and only Mythmaker, who is in stall 14, is a confirmed pacesetter among those drawn higher.”
pacing
  1. The act of moving in paces, or their arrangement or timing.
paciness
  1. The quality of being pacey.
pace
  1. Easter.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “We walked at a slow and steady pace as we were not in any sort of hurry.”
      “Arthur immediately stepped back a pace to put some distance between himself and the legendary bear.”
      “He walked with a strange pace, seemingly floating.”
pacesetters
  1. plural of pacesetter
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  3. Examples:
    1. “First off is a tough trip to Bristol for a clash with second division pacesetters Gloucester.”
      “They are now in second place in the standings behind pacesetters Malaysia Sports School.”
      “Zhou has become the pride of Shanghai and in March she was again in the limelight when the city selected her out of 771 women as one of its top 10 women pacesetters.”
pacings
  1. plural of pacing
  2. Examples:
    1. “On average, a doctor will see two temporary pacings and do two under supervision before being left unsupervised.”
pacers
  1. plural of pacer
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “My first and second pacers weighed a hefty 200 gm and I had to clutch my chest with my hand while running!”
      “Without the help and support of my pacers and my wife Carol, I could not have completed this challenge.”
      “He should not stand there and let medium pacers bowl him half-volleys all day long and get him out.”
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