noun, plural gal·li·mau·fries. Chiefly Literary.
Origin of gallimaufry
Examples from the Web for gallimaufry
All this jumble, this gallimaufry, I say, does not impair the spiritual worth of the play.Introduction to Robert Browning|Hiram Corson
They seemed to have been derived rather from a gallimaufry of familiar models.Zuleika Dobson|Max Beerbohm
Another contemporary critic announces that “our English tongue was a gallimaufry or hodge-podge of all other speeches.”Amenities of Literature|Isaac Disraeli
To net a Millsborough gallimaufry of decadents, criminals, and potential rebels had become in a few hours his absorbing desire.Ambrotox and Limping Dick|Oliver Fleming