galumph


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  • verb

Synonyms for galumph

to move heavily

Words related to galumph

move around heavily and clumsily

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Walking With Dinosaurs -- The Live Experience" features life-size replicas of 15 dinosaurs that galumph, roar and soar.
Right, and it goes back to Lewis Carroll's great word, galumph.
The words galumph across the page, cluttering the sense with needless refinements such as "proposed or assumed by" and "located in and then beyond.
But unless there's a major public outcry, things arc going to galumph along the way they are.
While Prince Harry (before he was bundled off into the Army) took every opportunity to sun himself in Zimbabwe, just as Princess Diana would have done, so Wills is following in Daddy's green welly footsteps, preferring to galumph about in the drizzle.
Two words that appear later in "Jabberwocky" have become enshrined in dictionaries of the English language--chortle ("chuckle" + "snort") and galumph ("gallop" + "triumph").
Coming to the last, Big Buck's looked as if he had the legs of Punchestowns, only to galumph through the hurdle.
Mercifully, the TV channels have abandoned those cringe-making Hogmanay programmes, with pansy Alistairs and Grants in skirts and prissy- faced Shonas and Katrionas simpering as they galumph through terribly- genteel reels.