galère

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noun ga·lère \ga-ˈler\

Definition of galère

  1. :  a group of people having an attribute in common

Examples of galère in a sentence

  1. charged that the campus newspaper had been completely taken over by a galère of right-wing zealots

Origin and Etymology of galère

French, galley, from Medieval French, from Catalan galera, from Middle Greek galea


First Known Use: 1756

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