- in abundance; in plentiful amounts: food and drink galore.
Origin of galore
Examples from the Web for galore
They's a galore of timber, enough to make all the cities an' towns what'll ever need be made.The Lost Wagon
James Arthur Kjelgaard
Many kinds of games were seen upon the way; pastimes they had galore.The Nibelungenlied
To that end she had wasted any number of cheap pads and pencils, and had littered her mother's tidy rooms with "sketches" galore.Dorothy
What keenness of business-discussion mingled with what galore of whisky there is everywhere!Camps, Quarters and Casual Places
The city was filled with excited crowds, torch-light processions, and speaking was galore.Makers and Romance of Alabama History
B. F. Riley
- (immediately postpositive) in great numbers or quantitythere were daffodils galore in the park
Word Origin and History for galore
1670s, from Irish go leór, corresponding to Gaelic gu leóir "sufficiently, enough." The particle go/gu usually means "to," but it also is affixed to adjectives to form adverbs, as here.