galumph

英 [gə'lʌmf] 美 [ɡə'lʌmf]
  • vi. 意气扬扬地走;笨拙地行进
  • n. 笨拙的人
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galumph 懒散地移动

来自gallop和triumph的合成词。

galumph (v.)
1872, "to prance about in a self-satisfied manner," coined by Lewis Carroll in "Jabberwocky," apparently by blending gallop and triumph. "The sense in current use may vary according to different notions of what the sound expresses" [OED]. Related: Galumphing.