One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
At full speed (used especially of a horse's movement or its representation in painting).
- ‘He arrives ventre à terre, only to have her die in his arms.’
- ‘This is a romance with all the right stuff: passionate love and, best of all, a hero who rides ventre à terre to save his beloved.’
French, literally ‘(with) belly to the ground’.
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