gallopade


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gal·lo·pade

 (găl′ə-pād′, -päd′)
n.
Variant of galop.

gallopade

(ˌɡæləˈpeɪd) or

galopade

n
(Dancing) another word for galop

gal•op

(ˈgæl əp, gæˈloʊ)

n.
1. a lively round dance in duple time.
2. music suitable for a galop.
[1830–40; < French galop; see gallop]
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They were a regular series of thumpings from the interior of the house, occasioned by the violent rocking of a cradle upon a stone floor, to which movement a feminine voice kept time by singing, in a vigorous gallopade, the favourite ditty of "The Spotted Cow"--
Carole Marsh (author); THE MYSTERY IN ALLIGATOR ALLEY; Gallopade International (Children's: Juvenile Fiction) 7.
Carole Marsh (author); THE GIGGLING GHOST GIRL SCOUT MYSTERY; Gallopade (Children's: Juvenile Fiction) 7.
Gallopade International, widely recognized as a leading provider of educational materials, was established by Marsh in 1979, and the firm originally published The Mystery of Biltmore House in 1982.
Carole Marsh (author); MINI & PAPA'S EVERYDAY AMAZING ALMANAC; Gallopade International (Children's: Juvenile Nonfiction) $14.
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