- He would never again be able to run, or even to walk rapidly for any length of time, although he covered the ground at a good and steady gait; and as he grew more and more accustomed to the limb there was only a slight limp to distinguish him. - "Slippy McGee, Sometimes Known as the Butterfly Man", Marie Conway Oemler.
- As I strolled home, I could tell which of the couples of men walking before me were brothers by the similar bending of the knee and the similar gait, even when their features were quite unlike. - "Macleod of Dare", William Black.
- So she collected her thoughts, and arranged her gait, and went down, and addressed him with assumed indifference,- as though there had never been anything between them beyond simple acquaintance. - "Ralph the Heir", Anthony Trollope.