To that end she had wasted any number of cheap pads and pencils, and had littered her mother's tidy rooms with "sketches" galore.
They's a galore of timber, enough to make all the cities an' towns what'll ever need be made.
Many kinds of games were seen upon the way; pastimes they had galore.
What keenness of business-discussion mingled with what galore of whisky there is everywhere!
France, the greatest country on earth, is singularly poor in the greatest characters—great ones she has galore.
Just purty white and red where it should be; and we had musthard, too, galore, when we wanted it.
White bread and brown, scones and “cookies” galore, and a flat, round cake of most appetising appearance.
The city was filled with excited crowds, torch-light processions, and speaking was galore.
Wooden churns, troughs for cattle, and agricultural implements were there galore.
It appears fitfully at night, glittering like silver in the water with gold and silver and precious stones hanging to it galore.
1670s, from Irish go leór, corresponding to Gaelic gu leóir "sufficiently, enough." The particle go/gu usually means "to," but it also is affixed to adjectives to form adverbs, as here.