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Synonyms for gallivant

gad about


Synonyms for gallivant

to move about at random, especially over a wide area

Synonyms for gallivant

wander aimlessly in search of pleasure

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Gallivant is unexposed and hasn't run badly, but the fact she's been visored doesn't fill me with any confidence and she'll have to improve a bit to beat these hardened sprinters.
After an encouraging third to the smart Gallivant over today's course and distance on her first appearance, Tim Easterby's youngster was sent off at 4-6 to land a six-furlong Ripon maiden race but after showing good speed in the early stages she dropped away to finish fourth.
It merely curdled into a cynical new genre in which the alienated progeny of Bonnie and Clyde gallivant through the American heartland wreaking death and destruction until they are mowed down in geysers of gore.
A Great Geordie Gallivant by students from across the country has raised more than pounds 10,000 for children's charity Barnardo's.
Gallivant, another progressive Listed winner, bids for a third success on the bounce.
Gallivant looks to have outstanding claims in the EBF Habbershaws Pay On The Double Result Maiden Fillies' Stakes at Beverley.
A bit like Inchdura, Gallivant looks like going off a worthy if underpriced favourite in the EBF Combermere Fillies' Stakes (3.
Had her work cut out against Gallivant at Beverley last time, but this is considered a good opportunity for her over an easy five furlongs.
You don't even have to pay them when you gallivant on a private jet.
But Bob ditches his business partner Wendy to gallivant around one-horse town Cactus Creek with Rio in a talking car called Jackaroo.
Chris Richardson, managing director of Cheveley Park Stud, owner of Gallivant
More can be expected here in a cracking little heat which also features Dazzling Bay, who looked a monster earlier on in the season and the relatively unexposed Michael Stoute-trained filly Gallivant.
Lola, nA[c]e Eliza Rosana Gilbert, falls in love, engages in profitable rompings, and generally gallivants across Europe.
For Santorum to dump all the responsibility for raising their children on his wife and to leave her to home-school their six children while he gallivants around the country pontificating on "family values," is brutally selfish and self-centered.
NEW SERIES Former Top Gear petrolhead James gallivants about talking about - yes, you guessed it - cars.