Galop

Part of speech: noun

A lively dance, or the music for it.

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Usage examples "galop":

  1. At ten, they danced the galop together. - "Bohemians of the Latin Quarter", Henry Murger.
  2. The steps are the same as in quadrilles; varied sometimes by the introduction of the galop step, when the couples cross to each others' places or advance into the lines of the next set. - "Routledge's Manual of Etiquette", George Routledge.
  3. The first entertainment was the Chevaux au Galop, a delightful merry- go- round with the most fiery prancing horses, three abreast, and all jumping at different moments. - "The Visits of Elizabeth", Elinor Glyn.