Definition of Galopped

1. galop [v] - See also: galop



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Galopped

gallying
galoche
galoche chin
galoched
galoches
galoching
galoot
galoots
galop
galopade
galopades
galoped
galopin
galoping
galopins
galopped (current term)
galopping
galops
galore
galore(ip)
galores
galosh
galoshe
galoshed
galoshes
galoshing
galowses
galpal
galpals
gals

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 ..."

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