Lexicographical Neighbors of Galivant
Literary usage of Galivant
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Guide to the Wild Flowers by Alice Lounsberry (1899)
"They galivant along the roadsides and we may admire them, or pass them by, just as we choose. No doubt the political economist would remind us in this ..."
2. Modern Prose and Poetry for Secondary Schools by Margaret Eliza Ashmun (1914)
"Some of them did run up the sticks seven feet, and then straggled off into the air in a wanton manner ; but more than half of them went galivant- ing off to ..."
3. Sketches from the Diary of a Commercial Traveller by Throne Crick (1847)
"... with pleasure, to the excursions by water— evenings pleasantly passed over in the society of liberal and open-minded cits—the galivant ..."