gallivant

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  • verb

Synonyms for gallivant

gad about

Synonyms

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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I thought the concept that females stayed at home, while males gallivanted about hunting for prey went out with the dark ages.
Young Cooper may have gallivanted, but grown-up Cooper plans to make the 344-mile round trip from his home in Rathbride, Kildare to Killarney almost every day of the four-day fixture to ensure he's present for work at boss Dessie Hughes's Osborne Lodge on the Curragh.
When times were tough she picked herself up, dusted herself down, rearranged her cleavage and gallivanted off again.
Lisa was spotted having a cosy meal with Burn-It co-star Kieran O'Brien while Jonny gallivanted around London.
While the presidents gallivanted about Miami in their motorcades, the leaders in Quebec City were bunkered behind a ten-foot-high, 2.
She gallivanted through the desert dressed in gaudy Bermuda shorts, floppy hat, tacky sunglasses and cheap sneakers, and she usually sported both a revolver and sawed-off rifle.