Definition of gallivant
Origin of gallivant
OTHER WORDS FROM gallivantgal·li·vant·er, noun
Words nearby gallivant
How to use gallivant in a sentence
I spent two weeks gallivanting through the underbrush and swimming across a deep blue lake, savoring the reprieve from my parents and school.My Personal Quest to Study Supernovae on Mars - Issue 104: Harmony|Sarafina El-Badry Nance|September 1, 2021|Nautilus
In fact, what he wanted her to do, he said, was to gallivant—to gallivant all day long.Miss Billy Married|Eleanor H. Porter
But when fortune favored him, Mr. Gallivant didn't bother with musty old law books.
He put his soul into it, and when Mr. Gallivant's soul got into anything it straightway began to hum.
Mr. Gallivant's soul was in many respects similar to a Corliss engine.
It must be owned that in the privacy of his office this conclusion brought something very like a frown upon Mr. Gallivant's brow.