satipei.pw -Galore there was food galore at our Thanksgiving meal with restaurants galore, the city is an epicure's delight
Define Galore at dictionary.com. Historical Examples. of galore. They's a galore of timber, enough to make all the cities an' towns what'll ever need be made.
Definition of galore by the free dictionary. ga·lore (gə-lôr′) adj. In great numbers; in abundance: "with balloons and hot dogs and fireworks galore" (Anne Armstrong). [Irish Gaelic go leór, enough : go, adv. particle + leór, enough (from Old Irish lour, alteration of roar; see per- in Indo-European roots).] galore (ɡəˈlɔː) determiner (immediately postpositive) in great numbers or
Galore synonyms, galore antonyms. They's a galore of timber, enough to make all the cities an' towns what'll ever need be made. Many kinds of games were seen upon the way; pastimes they had galore.