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gallopade

or gal·o·pade

[ gal-uh-peyd ]
/ ˌgæl əˈpeɪd /
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noun
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Origin of gallopade

1825–35; <French galopade, equivalent to galop(er) to gallop + -ade-ade1
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How to use gallopade in a sentence

  • La Galopade—Is an extremely graceful and spirited dance in a continual chassez.

  • Tous les regards se portrent vers le ciel pour voir s'il n'tait pas chevauch par quelque galopade de spectres.

  • He was doubly indignant with himself because he had counted upon that morning galopade.

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British Dictionary definitions for gallopade

gallopade

galopade

/ (ˌɡæləˈpeɪd) /

noun
another word for galop
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