Definition of Gallumph

1. galumph [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: galumph



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gallumph

gallowing
gallows
gallows-tree
gallows bird
gallows birds
gallows humor
gallows humour
gallows tree
gallowses
galls
gallsickness
gallstone
gallstone colic
gallstone ileus
gallstones
gallumph (current term)
gallumphs
galluptious
gallus
gallus adeno-like virus
gallused
galluses
gally
gallygaskins
gallying
galoche
galoche chin
galoched
galoches
galoching

Literary usage of Gallumph

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1. The Bookman (1906)
"... gallumph- ing" off to the smoking room, generously eager to share his find. By the time they had all come stampeding out ..."

2. The Real Algeria by M. D. Stott (1914)
"... kaleidoscopic scarves, tinkling jewels and shimmering sequins advance to the orchestra, sway before it to indicate her rhythm and then—gallumph around. ..."

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