galloper definition

  • noun:
    • person who gallops.
    • A racehorse
    • A carousel
    • a person who, or that which, gallops.
    • A carriage by which very small firearms had been formerly mounted, the weapon resting on shafts, without a limber.
    • person who or that which gallops.
    • In artillery, a carriage by which small weapons are communicated, fitted with shafts in order to be drawn without limbers. [Eng.]
    • A galloper-gun.
    • In dyeing, a rolling-frame.
    • A mounted (or unmounted) despatch-bearer on a battle-field; an aide-decamp.
    • One who gallops.
    • person who gallops.
    • A racehorse
    • A racehorse
    • a person who gallops.
    • A carousel
    • A carousel
    • a person who, or whatever, gallops.
    • one that, or that which, gallops.
    • A racehorse
    • A carousel
    • A carriage by which very small guns had been previously mounted, the weapon resting from the shafts, without a limber.
    • person who, or that which, gallops.
    • a person who or what gallops.
    • In artillery, a carriage on which tiny guns tend to be communicated, fitted with shafts to be able to be drawn without limbers. [Eng.]
    • A galloper-gun.
    • In dyeing, a rolling-frame.
    • A mounted (or unmounted) despatch-bearer on a battle-field; an aide-decamp.
    • A carriage where very small firearms were previously attached, the weapon resting regarding the shafts, without a limber.
    • A carriage by which tiny weapons were formerly installed, the firearm resting regarding shafts, without a limber.
    • person who or whatever gallops.
    • In artillery, a carriage which tiny weapons are communicated, fitted with shafts in order to be attracted without limbers. [Eng.]
    • A galloper-gun.
    • In dyeing, a rolling-frame.
    • A mounted (or unmounted) despatch-bearer on a battle-field; an aide-decamp.
    • One who or whatever gallops.
    • In artillery, a carriage on which small firearms tend to be communicated, fitted with shafts to be able to be attracted without limbers. [Eng.]
    • A galloper-gun.
    • In dyeing, a rolling-frame.
    • A mounted (or unmounted) despatch-bearer on a battle-field; an aide-decamp.

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