go (one's) (own) gait

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go (one's) (own) gait

To pursue one's own interests. Don't worry about what your friends are doing—just go your own gait.
See also: gait, go

go your (or your own) gait

pursue your own course. dated
1940 Herbert Read Annals of Innocence These are qualities to be enjoyed by non-poetic people: the poet must go his own gait.
See also: gait, go
References in classic literature ?
Then Edward looked upon the ground with bent brows, turning the matter over and over in his mind; but he was a shrewd man and one, withal, that made the best use of a cracked pipkin; so at last he looked up and said, but in no joyous tone, "If the wench will go her own gait, let her go.