• Definition for "galoot"
    • Slang you, specifically a clumsy or uncouth one.
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galoot definition

  • noun:
    • Slang you, specifically a clumsy or uncouth one.
    • A clumsy or uncouth individual.
    • A noisy, swaggering, or pointless other; a rowdy.
    • A fellow: a phrase of funny contempt, frequently implying anything awkward, absurd, or weak inside person so designated.
    • a disreputable or clumsy man
    • Slang people, specifically a clumsy or uncouth one.
    • A clumsy or uncouth individual.
    • A noisy, swaggering, or pointless fellow; a rowdy.
    • A fellow: a phrase of funny contempt, frequently implying one thing embarrassing, absurd, or weak into the individual so-designated.
    • Slang people, especially a clumsy or uncouth one.
    • a disreputable or clumsy man
    • A clumsy or uncouth person.
    • A noisy, swaggering, or worthless fellow; a rowdy.
    • A fellow: a term of funny contempt, frequently implying anything embarrassing, ridiculous, or weak into the individual so-designated.
    • a disreputable or clumsy guy
    • Slang people, specially a clumsy or uncouth one.
    • A clumsy or uncouth individual.
    • A noisy, swaggering, or useless fellow; a rowdy.
    • A fellow: a term of humorous contempt, frequently implying anything uncomfortable, silly, or weak when you look at the person so designated.
    • a disreputable or awkward guy
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