Passade Pas*sade", Passado Pas*sa"do, n. [F. passade; cf. Sp. pasada. See {Pass}, v. i.] 1. (Fencing) A pass or thrust. --Shak. [1913 Webster]

2. (Man.) A turn or course of a horse backward or forward on the same spot of ground. [1913 Webster]

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