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Gallop in a sentence

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Sentence count:112+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-19Updated:2016-12-19
Synonym: boundriderunsprinttrotSimilar words: gallongalileo galileislopelegalgalleryfrugallegallygalaxyMeaning: ['gæləp] n. a fast gait of a horse; a two-beat stride during which all four legs are off the ground simultaneously. v. 1. ride at a galloping pace 2. go at galloping speed 3. cause to move at full gallop. random good picture
1) He rode off at a gallop.
2) The horses were raring to have a gallop.
3) If you gallop through your work, you are more likely to make mistakes.
4) The horses broke into a mad gallop when they heard the gunshot.
5) All the horses broke into a gallop.
6) The noise startled the horse into a gallop.
7) He took the horse out for a gallop.
8) I read the book at a gallop.
9) After a hard gallop, the horse was played out.
10) She set off at a gallop.
11) Don't gallop through your speech as if you can't wait to finish.
12) Amanda rode off at a gallop.
13) She always lives life at a gallop.
14) The project began at full gallop.
15) My horse suddenly broke into a gallop.
16) They reached the farm at a gallop.
17) The programme starts with a gallop through the history of the railway.
18) I was forced to attempt a gallop.
19) Mounted police charged at full gallop.
20) The horses broke into a gallop .
21) They often gallop through 10 news items in 20 minutes.
22) Docklands Express pleased connections in a racecourse gallop at Newbury recently.
23) The stag was now at full gallop on the springy turf.
24) He saddled his horse, mounted,( and rode away at a gallop.
25) It is the height of folly and a tragic waste to gallop into war.
26) At the sound of gunfire the horse suddenly broke into a gallop.
27) An old steed in the stable still aspires to gallop a thousand li.
28) The horse slowed to a walk after its long gallop.
29) The natural paces of the horse include the walk, the trot and the gallop.
30) We found him a nice horse — a good mover who could gallop.
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