gallop gallop  /ˈɡæ ləp/


  1. (n) a fast gait of a horse; a two-beat stride during which all four legs are off the ground simultaneously
  2. (v) ride at a galloping pace
  3. (v) go at galloping speed
  4. (v) cause to move at full gallop


  1. Horses gallop in field in Seneca, Oregon.
  2. To keep it from accelerating to a gallop, both sides agree on the need for wise use of credit and fiscal controls.
  3. Suddenly, a 500-m-wide corral is filled with the rhythmic lowing of a vast reindeer herd running at full gallop.


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    Animal Kingdom on Wednesday morning had his final breeze for the Queen Anne Stakes on Tuesday at Royal Ascot when he worked five furlongs on an uphill synthetic-surface gallop in Lambourn, England.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Daily Racing Form

  2. Tree crushes two vehicles, garage at Aldan residence

    ALDAN — Angela Gallop was supposed to drive her father to a doctor’s appointment Tuesday morning, but Mother Nature intervened.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Delaware County Daily Times

  3. Grandview Gallop closes street in Dubuque

    A sea of people filled Grandview Avenue in Dubuque Saturday morning. The people were a part of the 8th Grandview Gallop, a four mile run taking place on Grandview Avenue in Dubuque.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: KWWL Iowa

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