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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "gallop" in a sentence

    gallop example sentences

    gallop


    galloped


    galloping


    gallops


    1. in a flying, gallop of earth and stones is all the rest I inherited,


    2. The large animals had started off at a slow gallop, but their speed increased until the coach was speeding along at a fast clip


    3. ” Chen climbed on, and the horse broke into a gallop


    4. 4They have the appearance of horses; they gallop along like cavalry


    5. Flitter and Nimblefax had arrived at a gallop and all four re-entered the large marquee


    6. and a gallop, and the journey would have been pleasant


    7. The Breton unhitched and mounted her trusty steed and brought her to a gallop along the road


    8. He booted his mount into a swift gallop as horns began to sound behind him


    9. It was not long after that he was streaming out through the gates, heading at a gallop in the direction of the main castle


    10. “Where are you going?” cried out Reese at her side, his horse in a full gallop, his gaze sweeping between the chapel and the keep


















































































    1. Hid from them mainly and galloped on his keda in the opposite direction, arriving back at the drive breathless with the warning that there was a kranjan out there


    2. “Good riding!” he called as she galloped out of the Hold to the plain below


    3. It did not at all acknowledge Monica’s presence in any way whatsoever; instead the wolf quickly galloped off into the mist


    4. Lemoss pointed to the alcove in the counter and Nimblefax galloped in and lay down


    5. Nimblefax nodded his head and then galloped off to walk between Rosecare and Lemoss


    6. The Praefect was lost in the murmur of the camp and the thumping and clopping hooves of the horse as it galloped away


    7. Elven riders galloped across the waves toward him and vanished just as they were upon him, a parchment fell from the mounts, always just out of reach


    8. But their uniforms showed through the trees as they mounted, a volley was fired into them, and despite the efforts of Major Irles and others, they wheeled and galloped into the city, losing very heavily as their rear became even more dangerous than the firing line


    9. The pony galloped across the paddock, trying to shake the big cat from its back


    10. This movement stampeded a mule, which galloped toward the American lines


















































































    1. I could grow cobwebs waiting for my Galahad to come galloping along


    2. sound of galloping hooves from outside the compound


    3. This is the tale of Crafty Coyote and Galloping Gopher


    4. Galloping Gopher, on the other hand, was a devout omnivore, fully dedicated to and focused on her daily searching for a variety of grasses, seeds, nuts, berries, grains, and worms and insects (protein primers!) that might be found innocently and naively hanging out in her territorial domain


    5. At first glance, that would not seem to be the case at all here, since the poor, helpless Galloping Gopher could not live in peace much of the time due to the constant threat and her subsequent fear of being attacked and devoured by the swift and sharp-toothed Crafty Coyote


    6. Her arms were flailing as she tried to maintain her balance while galloping towards them, her hair bouncing in the wind


    7. He had almost forgotten to breathe and his heart was racing faster than a thirsty camel galloping to an oasis


    8. His thoughts were interrupted by the sound of a galloping horse and he looked down from his elevated vantage point to see a lone rider fast approaching


    9. None heard the galloping of horses upon the fields to the north, nor the horns that blew


    10. “Come on lads this is shit let’s get back on shore before we catch galloping gut rot or worse”, and we lengthened our stroke and swum back to shore


















































































    1. Sleek and stiff and new the horse gallops


    2. In the way of Morning Warriors, he gallops upon invisible ground as he flies an erratic line through the midst of them


    3. In the way of Morning Warriors, he gallops upon invisible ground as he flies an erratic line through the midst of them


    4. 300 kilograms; polygamous; herbivorous; lives on the plains; gallops with a


    5. Ten years went by with ups and downs not unduly disturbing, just small wiggles on a graph because we gave space to each other; she attended receptions unaccompanied by me and I eased my tensions at the club alone with sports and horse gallops in the afternoons


    6. But at midnight when no one speaks or gallops, and the thorn tree is perfectly still, it would be foolish to vex the moor with questions--what? and why?


    7. He walks, runs, zigzags, gallops, lugs laid back


    8. After him freshfound the hue and cry zigzag gallops in hot pursuit of follow my leader: 65 C, 66 C, night watch, John Henry Menton, Wisdom Hely, V


    9. She gallops through the first ten pages, the story coming back: worldwide curiosity about what must be a mythical sea monster, famed marine biologist Professor Pierre Aronnax setting off to discover the truth


    10. She gallops through the first ten pages, the story coming back: worldwide curiosity about what must be a mythical sea monster, famed marine biologist Professor Pierre Aronnax setting off to discover the truth













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    Synonyms for "gallop"

    gallop extend run leap jump bound hurdle

    "gallop" definitions

    a fast gait of a horse; a two-beat stride during which all four legs are off the ground simultaneously


    ride at a galloping pace


    go at galloping speed


    cause to move at full gallop