Definition of Galloot

1. galoot [n -S] - See also: galoot



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Galloot

gallnut
gallnuts
gallobeudantite
gallocatechin
gallocatechol
gallocyanin
gallogen
gallomania
gallon
gallonage
gallonages
gallons
galloon
gallooned
galloons
galloot (current term)
galloots
gallop
gallop rhythm
gallop sound
gallopade
gallopades
gallopamil
galloped
galloper
gallopers
gallophones
gallopin
galloping
gallopins

Literary usage of Galloot

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1. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"... malignant. for decorating a court cupboard, probably of a size sufficient to hold about a gallon. galoot (ga-löf), n. [Also galloot; of slang origin. ..."

2. Peck's Sunshine: Being a Collection of Articles Written for Peck's Sun by George Wilbur Peck (1882)
"He looked at the ghost for a moment, and kept on lighting his cigarette, when a galloot up in the gallery said, so everybody could hear it, "He don't scare ..."

3. Edwin Booth by Charles Townsend Copeland (1901)
"Had no occasion to hunt up ' galloot? — for when I decided to appear this fall in London, I deferred my continental trip and contented myself with a flying ..."

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