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Dec 28, 2006
This week's theme
Adjectives used postpositively

This week's words
agonistes
prepense
akimbo
galore
regent

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galore

(guh-LOAR) Pronunciation Sound Clip

adjective, adverb: In abundance.

[From Irish go leor (enough).]

"There are bargains galore in this district near Aberdeen."
Rose Pearson; Hong Kong Still a Retail Heaven; New Zealand Herald (Auckland); May 14, 2006.

See more usage examples of galore in Vocabulary.com's dictionary.

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