Definition of Galloped:
bolt, race with slight jumping motion
Synonyms of Galloped:
Sentence/Example of Galloped:
She had seen Lawrence gallop to his quarters, and his drawn, haggard face told her the worst.
As it was he had to press Nejdi into a fast gallop before he could clear the left wing of the advancing army.
Our escort was mounted within a few minutes, and we were in full gallop over the fruitful levels of Champagne.
The horses gallop, hats are waved in every direction, and those who have no hats flourish beer-bottles instead.
Crossing the drawbridge at a fast gallop, he saw a number of guards looking at him wonderingly.
A bend in the road near the ruined offices of the Delhi Gazette gave them a chance of increasing the pace to a gallop.
"Tell Dan to bring forward the whole troop at full gallop," shouted Lawrence.
He has splendid horses, too, and will give you a gallop over as fine a country as exists between this and the British Channel.
Bruno had hardly given a warning of danger ahead when these four came around a bend in the road at full gallop.
That is the proper way to feed these elfin creatures of wood on whose backs little boys gallop through the land of dreams.