Galore in a sentence

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Definition of Galore

  • Plenty; abundance; in abundance.

How to use galore in a sentence. Galore pronunciation.

In Grub Street he translated and compiled galore, but when the trees began to shoot in 1825 he broke his chain and escaped to the country, to the dingle, and to Isopel Berners.
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The encampment came to an end in a blaze of glory on the Forth of July, with firecrackers and fireworks galore.
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He bought newspapers galore and read from them aloud at meals, in the evenings, and before breakfast.
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A winter boy on the mainland showed Claude how to make them, and when we went back to the Big Half Moon we made kites galore.
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Besides, there were nuts and candies galore.
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Next me was Tilly, beaded and scarlet-clothed galore, and against her Chief George and his head men.
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Mrs. Eppingwell ruled in her own house, and at the Barracks, where were younger sons galore, to say nothing of the chiefs of the police, the executive, and the judiciary.
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Up sprang Sir Benedict, quite forgetting his wounded arm, capering lightly to and fro, now in the water, now out, with prodigious stir and splash and swearing oaths galore, until, his pallid cheek flushed and bright eyes a-dance, he had won the fish into the shallows and thence landed it right skilfully, where it thrashed and leapt, flashing in the sun.
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The people here are indifferent marksmen or there’d be murders galore.
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Telling of water sports and fun galore, and of fine times in camp.
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But in this I was disappointed for the moment, though only a little later I was to see them in numbers galore.
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Handsome looks in a husband and gold galore.
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There was hooch galore, and meat and feastings, and they took kindly to the new order.
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Why had he not pushed the thing through and obtained divorce when that wretched Bosinney was run over, and there was evidence galore for the asking!
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But across that line there are crazy revolutionists, ill-paid soldiers, guerrilla leaders, raiders, robbers, outlaws, bandits galore, starving peons by the thousand, girls and women in terror.
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They were hungry; here at hand were fish galore; and they had not noticed me at all, sitting very still among the rocks.
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In it were the safe, rifles, shotguns, pistols, ammunition galore, with an opening into what was used as the dining room and berths, which would accommodate about 12 people.
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On he goes there with his stories of putting the legions of the foe to flight and being presented with prizes galore.
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Farmers and hussifs and maids, bosses and field-hands and niggers, Colonels and jedges galore from corn-fields and mint-beds and thickets.
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It can't be help'd, says Susan then, you know we've spent galore.
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Examples of Galore

Example #1
To dwell upon the bare outlines of Borrow's early career would be a superfluously dull proceeding.
Example #2
In February 1824 his father, the gallant Captain Thomas Borrow, died, and his articles in the firm of a Norwich solicitor having determined, George went to London to commence literary man, in the old sense of the servitude, under the well-known bookseller-publisher, Sir Richard Phillipps.
Example #3
The cadets "cut up like wild Indians" until after midnight, and Captain Putnam gave them a free rein.
Example #4
Now if it was Arnold Baxter who had gotten away-after that terrible fall-I wouldn't say a word," answered Tom.
Example #5
Issachar, as usual, talked much and said little.
Example #6
The flags at the Snow place and at the lumber yard flew high night and day.