gallop

Part of speech: verb

To move at a gallop.

Part of speech: noun

Motion, as of a horse, by a succession of leaps.

Part of speech: noun

The act of riding at a gallop.

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Usage examples "gallop":

  1. You can't ride ahead of him; he'll gallop on and won't let you pass him; so don't try. - "The Young Alaskans on the Missouri", Emerson Hough.
  2. After a while the trooper came up at a gallop, and Curtis called to him sharply: " Any better?" - "Prescott of Saskatchewan", Harold Bindloss.
  3. Benedict was told where the house was, and went off at a gallop to make up for lost time. - "The Prussian Terror", Alexandre Dumas.