In great numbers; in abundance: "with balloons and hot dogs . . . and fireworks galore” ( Anne Armstrong). (adjective)
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Use "galore" in a sentence
"I've been sent interview questions galore from a number of othe blogs and have been coordinating all sorts of contests and giveaways."
"Graham of the obstructionist party who has no plan, who has had no plan other than tax cuts for the rich, deregulation of those same rich, and wars galore, is accusing the Obama administration of doing a terrible job running the country."
"We had boxes galore from the move, so his 3-story, open floor-plan house is sitting in the living room."