Make a sentence with the word 'galore'?
Galore can mean many, much, or a lot. However, while many/much/a lot come before the noun being referenced, galore comes directly after the noun. For example: There are answers galore on this website. (There are many answers on this website.) Yo Yo Ma has musical talent galore. (Yo Yo Ma has a lot of talent.) I saw paintings galore at the museum. (I saw many paintings at the museum.) ...
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Is it correct to say thanks galore?
Technically, not to a person if you're saying "Thanks galore" instead of "Thanks a lot". In this phrase, "a lot" is an adverb, while "galore" is only ever an adjective. If you wanted to say that "he did a great job, receiving thanks galore" that would work, because you're saying he received "a lot of thanks" or "many thanks". ...