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prance in Horses topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpranceprance /prɑːns $ præns/ verb [intransitive]  1 [always + adverb/preposition]WALK to walk or dance with high steps or large movements, especially in a confident wayprance around We used to prance around our bedroom pretending to be pop stars.2 HBADSHif a horse prances, it moves with high steps→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
pranceLike a demented cheerleader he pranced and hopped before dotting the ball down to the amusement of team-mate Will Greenwood.Soon after the goats ate the berries, they began prancing around with unusual gusto.The lone horse pranced flimsily on.On the side of the cockpit scuttle is emblazoned a yellow shield with a black prancing horse.The lively cast of seven, backed up by a three-piece band, energetically prances through this material.Consider Cinderella with her glass coach and prancing white horses.