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  • verb

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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Seriously, what girl wouldn't want to go gallivanting around town in their Louis Vuitton finery?
Dorothea enjoyed gallivanting around the city by bus and had a favorite spot to rest in the Medical Center atrium.
30pm AS 2014 World Cup hosts, Brazil have been gallivanting around playing friendlies for the past few months, writes James Milton.
No wedding date has been announced so far, though the couple was recently seen gallivanting together in Rome.
There's been some gallivanting but as a married man you mustn't gallivant too much," he said.
A GALLIVANTING gecko has turned up safe and well after hitching a 100-mile ride inside an envelope following an internet shopping mix-up.
The gastronomic gallivanting forms a loose framework for each episode, which gives the two men free rein to improvise as they compare their skills as mimics, debate the rise of actor Michael Sheen and wax lyrical about the genius of Woody Allen.
Mark Wallace, of the Taxpayers' Alliance, said: "It's aninsult to tax - payers that the Speaker and his wife have been gallivanting around the world at our expense.
gallivanting unfettered round the world if she were not
It is always amusing to observe those who appoint themselves to speak "for the workers" while gallivanting around the world, leaving their coworkers back home to do the actual labor that makes their glory-hounding possible.
Her five -star gallivanting has left us all wishing we had her problems - apart from the leg, obviously.
Numerous fairs, festivals and powwows later, the gallivanting group released their follow up CD entitled, Black Turtle Island.
AT first blush, the gallivanting that goes on at Ventura's Cemetery Memorial Park seems shocking: People literally dancing on the graves of the departed.
I've never been a big fan of this strip mall capital of the friggin' universe, but since a good piece of the "fam" calls it home I tend to find myself gallivanting around these parts come X-mas time.
He'd been at Camp David for all or parts of thirty-eight days, and he'd spent weeks o'plenty gallivanting around reintroducing himself to various world leaders: "Remember me, I'm Pappy's kid.