CANTER, verb intransitive To move as a horse in a moderate gallop, raising the two fore feet nearly at the same time, with a leap or spring.
CANTER, verb transitive To ride upon a canter
1. A moderate gallop.
2. One who cants or whines.
CANTERBURY BELL, noun A species of campanula. [See Bell-Flower.]
CANTERBURY TALE, noun A fabulous story; so called from the tales of Chaucer.