Definition of Galavanting
1. galavant [v] - See also: galavant
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Literary usage of Galavanting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Thomas de Quincey: His Life and Writings : with Unpublished Correspondence by Alexander Hay Japp, H. A. Page (1877)
"... if Emily should spend too many words over it, then call upon the cat; or, if he is galavanting, then perhaps the rug would have the goodness to explain. ..."
2. The Life of Charles Lever by William John Fitzpatrick (1879)
"... "galavanting," and scribbling, is alluded to by Lever as having once remarked of a stranger who for some months inhabited Ennis and was suspected to be ..."