Galore [adjective]

Definition of Galore:

in abundance

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Sentence/Example of Galore:

We’re looking back at some of the many high notes the year brought to the news cycle, which included celebrity pregnancy announcement galore and lots of new arrivals.

The scope of the world is ambitious, with detail and content galore even in the briefest of interactions.

The SEO industry holds opportunities galore to gain leadership skills, work with top companies, and earn a good salary.

However, the number of protein replacement competitors continues to expand with startup companies galore looking to pitch meatless alternatives to the burger.

The seven-mile Chippewa Moraine segment, which threads around 20 kettle lakes with campsites galore, makes for a perfect long weekend.

He wore the ring, as well he might, for his trade was a profitable one, and he had wives and cattle galore.

Yes, here were letters and telegrams galore, some readdressed from Newport, and others sent direct.

And Roberta is abroad with her family and is having adventures galore in London.

To that end she had wasted any number of cheap pads and pencils, and had littered her mother's tidy rooms with "sketches" galore.

There were shirtwaists and blouses galore, but it was too early for many wash-skirts to be going to the laundress.