or gal·et, gar·ret
- to fill (a mortar joint) with gallets.
Origin of gallet
1705–15; < French galet pebble, Old French galet, jalet, derivative of Old North French gal pebble (said to be < Celtic, but MIr gall “pillar stone, standing stone” is only point of comparison)
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Examples from the Web for galet
Mlle. Galet, whom, according to your orders, I supplied with her quarter's allowance.
She entered; Mlle. Galet was not there, but he was there, the man whom she had come to seek.
He was, however, soon convinced that Galet was right, and that there was reason for alarm.
William was at first inclined to disbelieve the story which Galet told him, and to think that there was no cause to fear.
"Galet," said Mlle. Moiseney, bridling up, for she had been impatiently awaiting an opportunity to put in a word.