|Origin:||canterbury 'to canter' (1600-1700), from Canterbury city in southeast England; from the speed at which people rode when going to Canterbury on pilgrimage|
Related topics: Horses
can‧ter [intransitive and transitive]
to ride or make a horse run quite fast, but not as fast as possible [↪ gallop]
—canter noun [countable]
She rode off at a canter.