Galore

usgb/ɡəˈlɔːr/Volume
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Post-Nominal UsePlay
The adjective 'galore' is unique because it always comes after the nouns it describes, not before. SlidePrizes galore were awarded to the winners.
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Celebratory TonePlay
'Galore' adds a festive or celebratory feel, suggesting not just plenty, but also enjoyment. SlideAt the festival, there were performances galore.
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InformalPlay
Use 'galore' in casual conversations or writing; it's not formal and might seem out of place in serious texts. SlideWe had games galore at the beach party.