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Definition of "galere" [galere]

  • A group of people with some common characteristic, especially a coterie of undesirable people. (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "galere" in a sentence
  • ""Monsieur," replied the little barber, "a plutocrat knows too well that if he mixes in that 'galere' there 's not a dog in the streets more lost than he.""
  • "What he meant, and what Mademoiselle Valle knew he meant -- also what he knew she knew he meant -- was that a woman, who was a heartless fool, without sympathy or perception, would not have the delicacy to feel that the girl must be shielded, and might actually see a sort of ghastly joke in a story of Mademoiselle Valle's sacrosanct charge simply walking out of her enshrining arms into such a "galere" as the most rackety and adventurous of pupils could scarcely have been led into."
  • "Meme le veto galere pour l'attraper, il se debat comme un diable."