galumph galumph


  • (v) move around heavily and clumsily


  1. The house shakes with laughter as her playmates, a brawny quartet of swans who differ vastly in shape and size, galumph through the imaginary forest.
  2. Instead of barrel legs that galumph through the Ginza, Godzilla now has runner's calves to sprint down Broadway.
  3. First they heard the Budapest Symphony Orchestra galumph pleasantly through the concert suite from Kodaly's bright, bumptiously good-humored opera Hry Jnos.
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