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English definition of “galumphing”

galumphing

adjective   /ɡəˈlʌm.fɪŋ/ UK informal
moving about or behaving in an awkward manner: In his galumphing way he managed to wake the whole house on his return. Her galumphing entry into the music business has annoyed many of the established stars.Moving unsteadily or with difficulty
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