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galumph around

to move around looking for someone or something or transporting someone or something. I am so tired of galumphing around, dropping off and picking up kids. I have to stop galumphing around day after day.
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galumph (around)

(gəˈlʊmpf...)
in. to walk around; to schlep around. I spent all day galumphing around, looking for a present for Ted.
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galumph

verb
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1 -- 4 -- color) "Walking With Dinosaurs -- The Live Experience" features life-size replicas of 15 dinosaurs that galumph, roar and soar.
Abishag, Dido, Clemence, and Nadezhda, a circle, a square, then two elephant pairs with a kissing of trunks, and the music of two foolish tubas galumphs through the ring, a waltz with the pulse of an elephant's heart to disguise their great silence.
Lanky, stoop-shouldered and cowed into wearing both her (idealized, of course) grandmother's frocks and her hair in ghastly, Princess Leia side buns, Annie Mary gets lost in a kitchen and galumphs around the village like a moose on three legs.
A serious actor capable of studied intensity and nuanced emotions, especially when working with arthouse helmer Cao Baoping ("The Equation of Love and Death," "The Dead End"), Deng discards all that for an aggressively physical performance consisting of nonstop growls, glares and galumphs.
He galumphs around with aimless urgency in a workaday suit and heavy shoes, trying to soar, but his flex-footed leaps clunk hopelessly back to earth.
Anyone who galumphs through the world with a knit cap pulled low on her head, her face radiating a wide-eyed wonder copied from Giulietta Masina in La Strada, must surely be better than the rest of us.
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The story galumphs along with plenty of heavy-handed rhyme but little reason and no one to care about or even like, Carmen included.
She galumphs down the polemical path into a fractured sociology and rhetorical moral order, trying to contemporize Morisot with a trendy reference to surrogate mothers.
Standouts in the supporting cast include Donna Lynne Champlin's Honoria, who crinkles her nose and galumphs about with exaggerated gusto like a horsy English girl; Becky Watson's girlish Madeline, twirling about giddily in the prettiest of Louise Belson's costumes; James Kall, spot-on as the tongue-tied and lovestruck Gussie; and Sam Tsoutsouvas, quite smashing as the blustery Sir Watkyn.
It's the comic high point of the play and Weems literally galumphs with it.
Instead of being rerouted, like a dazed behemoth in a rumpled country suit, he slowly galumphs towards his favourite corner table.