galley–west

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adverb gal·ley–west \ˌga-lē-ˈwest\

Definition of galley–west

  1. :  into destruction or confusion <was knocked galley–west>

Origin and Etymology of galley–west

probably alteration of English dialect collywest badly askew


First Known Use: 1875


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