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stot

intransitive verb \ˈstät\
stot·tedstot·ting

Definition of STOT

:  to bound with a stiff-legged gait <the gazelle stotted when alarmed>

Variants of STOT

stot also stott \ˈstät\

Origin of STOT

Scots & northern dialect stot to bounce, rebound
First Known Use: 1801

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