Galore is a pretty challenging word, but we're here to help you better understand it...with EXAMPLES!
When learning new words, it's important to see how they're used, or to see them in the different contexts in which they're often used, and that's just what we'll do to help you better understand galore (and many other English words!). By seeing different ways you can use galore in a sentence, as well as synonyms and antonyms of galore, you will have a much better grasp on how it should be used, and you'll feel more confortable with using it much sooner.
Below you will find the definition of galore, followed by 42 sample sentences (from real sources), gradually increasing in length.
(adjective) - existing in abundance
EXAMPLES - Galore in a Sentence
- Typing on some smartphones can lead to typos galore. (source)
- Consider a word that English absorbed from Irish: galore. (source)
- There had been calls galore for the inspector, she reported. (source)
- "And right now, there are economic crises galore," he observes. (source)
- Next Thursday, April 1st, it will be choinkwiches and Nutella sandwiches galore. (source)
- It's beautiful, there's beautiful people, resturants and bars galore. .all near by. (source)
- "galore" (which they ARE and covered in thick pancake too), you wouldn't say a word. (source)
- High-end hotels may offer perks galore, but think again if you're expecting free Wi-Fi. (source)
- Today may not involve any boxing heavyweights, but we have Hollywood heavyweights galore. (source)
- He's got attachments galore, and can hack into any computer anywhere just by plugging into it. (source)
- There are warning labels galore, horrid pictures to boot on cigarette packages yet people still smoke. (source)
- We had boxes galore from the move, so his 3-story, open floor-plan house is sitting in the living room. (source)
- The untamed mix of ways to write similar sounds perplexes English-users galore, native as well as adoptive. (source)
- With its ideological crises and social change, the 1970s brought narrative twists galore, and plenty of camp. (source)
- That's partly an accident: Mr. Messi has been creating chances galore for Argentina, although he remains without a goal. (source)
- Here this practice was a superfluous exercise, as there were glamorous hats, frocks and jeweled ornaments galore in evidence. (source)
- Now, seemingly overnight, there are more than a dozen from which to choose -- producers and labels galore -- all vying for attention. (source)
- "When another furry baby is diagnosed diabetic and you panic, he puts up with unscheduled visits and phone calls galore," her letter said. (source)
- I felt safe amidst the overgrown rhododendron, my mother's beloved hasta and tulip beds that gave way to weeds and lily of the valley galore. (source)
- There is politics galore, in a vein familiar to readers of Cherryh's _Foreigner_ trilogy, though the ondat are a stranger breed than the atevi. (source)
- P.S. As for other posts generating more hits, well, American Idol generates phone calls galore, while the McGlaughlin Group has a tiny audience. (source)
- It's also a hidden foodie and cultural gem, with its elegant art gallery at Sway, Festibelly festival in August and farmshops and restaurants galore. (source)
- Senators, pundits, TV talking-heads, and bloggers galore may offer judgments on the needed qualifications, but opinions are ... well, we all have one. (source)
- (Soundbite of crowd chatter) QUIST-ARCTON: I've got to tell you, this boat has got absolutely everything on board: men, women, goats and bundles galore. (source)
- After all, with the invention of the worldwide web, Facebook, Twitter and browsers galore, the world can get information on almost anything, anytime, anywhere. (source)
- The 27-year-old Maharashtrian, who claims to be an established actor in Hollywood, has been receiving calls galore for his enthralling performance in the hit movie. (source)
- Mrs. Eppingwell ruled in her own house, and at the Barracks, where were younger sons galore, to say nothing of the chiefs of the police, the executive, and the judiciary. (source)
- For those who want to read on a Blackberry, iPhone, Droid, other mobile device or computers, there are apps galore to facilitate searching, purchasing, reading and backing up. (source)
- With takeovers and titles galore, the 00s have seen Manchester United cement their position as the The countdown of our 50 best players of 2008-09 continues, and at No. 30 it's (source)
- The park's biggest ride, Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey, boasts special effects galore, from dragons, Dementors and even projections of characters like the beloved Dumbledore. (source)
- The retrospective presents a treasure trove of Henson's extraordinarily imaginative work, including TV pilots, shorts, commercials, promotional films, feature films, and rarities galore. (source)
- The NBA ref syndicate is still alive and well, still star treatment and make up calls galore, Chauncey's last trip to the line was a makeup call for one not called the previous Nugs posession. (source)
- Charities offer counseling, surgery for shrapnel injuries, motorbikes, laptops, peace skills, communal theatre, instructional dance, brownie recipes for rape victims and jobs for white folks galore. (source)
- There was a great dinner that evening, at the Fort, with booze galore and speeches and cheering, and chaps rolling under the table, and they poured me on to the Calcutta train that night in a shocking condition. (source)
- Heidi is seen rhapsodizing about the wedding to Stephanie - flowers galore, diamonds dripping, a princess dress, real swans, and a white chocolate mousse truffle vanilla you know with the berries in it princess cake. (source)
- When I first came to America as a teenager, I recall going to a retail outlet where everything was discounted: rows and rows of designer clothing on racks, stacks and stacks of folded sweaters on shelves, accessories galore. (source)
- Graham of the obstructionist party who has no plan, who has had no plan other than tax cuts for the rich, deregulation of those same rich, and wars galore, is accusing the Obama administration of doing a terrible job running the country. (source)
- Soon the world will see whether Madoff's luxury penthouse apartment -- perhaps the only former crime scene featuring four fireplaces, a wraparound terrace and closet space galore -- also will hit the jackpot on the Manhattan real estate market. (source)
- There, this dynamic duo unleashed the forces not of regulation -- but its reverse -- laying the foundation for the awful mess we are familiar with -- speculation upon speculation and leverage upon leverage -- producing profits galore but few jobs. (source)
- "It should be a bad Friday for the stock market," she says, versus, she points out, this past week when stock prices galore moved higher in reaction to the recent bevy of positive second-quarter earnings reports, 80% of which were above expectations. (source)
- Palm Springs for its low season prices (yes, the extreme heat makes summer the low season), New York for its outdoor dining, open parks and empty streets, and Lake Havasu City for houseboats galore and easy access (3 hours away) from the Grand Canyon. (source)
- He defined not only the way we've run our campaigns ever since (with mudslinging galore -- accusations of bigamy and adultery going back and forth between Jackson and the incumbent John Quincy Adams, for instance), but also several recurring themes in American politics. (source)
The average Flesch reading-ease score of the 42 example sentences provided below is 49.0, which suggests that "galore" is a difficult word that tends to be used by individuals of higher education, and is likely found in more advanced literature or in academia.
We have 5 synonyms for galore.
abounding, aplenty, in profusion, in quantity, plentiful
We have 0 antonyms for galore.
PRONUNCIATION & SYLLABIFICATION
Pronunciation: (gə-lôrˈ, -lōrˈ)
View up to 25 definitions of galore from 5 different sources, as well as parts of speech.
from The American Heritage© Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- (adjective) In great numbers; in abundance: "with balloons and hot dogs . . . and fireworks galore” ( Anne Armstrong).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- (adjective) In abundance.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- (adjective-and-noun) Plenty; abundance; in abundance.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- (None) Sufficiently; abundantly; in plenty. It is often used with the force of a predicate adjective.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- (adjective) existing in abundance
- (adjective) in great numbers