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galore

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adjective ga·lore \gə-ˈlȯr\

Simple Definition of galore

  • : in large numbers or amounts

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of galore

  1. :  abundant, plentiful —used postpositively <bargains galore>

Examples of galore in a sentence

  1. <there was food galore at our Thanksgiving meal>

  2. <with restaurants galore, the city is an epicure's delight>



Origin and Etymology of galore

Irish go leor enough


First Known Use: 1628


GALORE Defined for Kids

galore

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adjective ga·lore \gə-ˈlȯr\

Definition of galore for Students

  1. :  in large amounts Hint: Galore is used after the word it modifies. <The ride has thrills galore.>





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