The haredi leadership is ready to gallop at full speed over this religious fiscal cliff.
At one point the coach driver whipped the horses into a gallop and drove right through the Hessian army.
“Our entire aim is to help make it easier to talk about sex,” says gallop.
The right good steeds of the Poles and Wallachians were seen to gallop swiftly, as they rode with might and main.
Down comes a glittering aide-de-camp as hard as he can gallop.
When I raise my bow, let them open out and every driver urge his horses to a gallop.
Let me have some horses at once and I'll gallop off to the Sipiagins.
The aide-de-camp, on receiving the order, went off at a gallop, lance in hand.
That frightened her, and I heard her gallop off across the field.
A hint, however vague, dropped into the mind of Mr. gallop, caused instant fermentation.
gallop gal·lop (gāl'əp)
A triple cadence to the heart sounds at rates of 100 beats per minute or more due to an abnormal third or fourth heart sound being heard in addition to the first and second sounds. Also called cantering rhythm, gallop rhythm.