- v. present participle of gallivant.
“What none of that changes is the fact that Villaraigosa is precisely the kind of telegenic useless Democrat who can get David Hasselhoff and Natalie Cole to play his mayoral inauguration and who then spends his term gallivanting around the world building recognition and support for his causes without having any causes beyond promoting himself.”
“Serendipity: I was sitting on a bench, reading the aforementioned Scott Pilgrim, when I came across the word gallivanting, and paused to reflect on the fact that it was spelled differently than I thought it was.”
“Tim Fisher objected at first to the idea of gallivanting off on a protracted honeymoon, leaving”
“The "Real Housewives" franchise, that juggernaut of gossip, gluttony and Botox, incorporates fashion as a kind of gallivanting character -- a constantly striving, ostentatious, insecure troublemaker who believes there's no such thing as too much cleavage.”
“The CNN gasbag -- hey, I think the world of Lou because he's built like it -- has also tut-tutted on his radio outfall lately that President Obama is "gallivanting" around the country, trying to sell his "crazy" health-care plan.”
“Surely she was not doing any "gallivanting" now, she told herself sometimes, a little aggrievedly.”
“gallivanting" with Julia and Edith, the house maids, you would have regarded him as in a frame of mind truly enviable; for there are certain forms of earthly happiness just as contagious as whooping cough or measles.”
“Do you think that could be considered 'gallivanting'? ”
“So, from then, I opted for the vague familiarity of Madrid as my husband continued to pursue his gallivanting lifestyle — a phase that I assured myself would soon be purged from our lives as the birth of our child became increasingly imminent.”
“According to the NY Post, the ex-NY Giants star was slapped with divorce papers following his public gallivanting with 23-year-old former NBC intern Traci Lynn Johnson.”
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A list of words which: I don't normally use now, but I used to as a kid; words that I used to hear in school;
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