Definition of Galopped
1. galop [v] - See also: galop
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Literary usage of Galopped
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1. Music: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Art, Science, Technic and by William Smythe Babcock Mathews (1805)
"... the strength of imagination of the other, restrained by no experience, galopped with a pair of unwearied chimeras, certain of victory, into the future. ..."
2. The Autobiographies of Edward Gibbon by Edward Gibbon (1896)
"For the sports of tie country I had no relish: I seldom mounted an horse, I never handled a gun; and when my father galopped away on a fleet hunter to join ..."
3. Cobbett's Political Registerby William Cobbett by William Cobbett (1806)
"... and having v " restored peace to my mind, they departed •' A short time hid elapsed, when four or " five Troopers galopped after bvo or three '' of my ..."