[ guh-luhmf ]
/ gəˈlʌmf /
verb (used without object)
to move along heavily and clumsily.
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British Dictionary definitions for galumph
/ (ɡəˈlʌmpf, -ˈlʌmf) /
(intr) informal to leap or move about clumsily or joyfully
Word Origin for galumph
C19 (coined by Lewis Carroll): probably a blend of gallop + triumph
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