1. galley

noun. ['ˈgæli'] a large medieval vessel with a single deck propelled by sails and oars with guns at stern and prow; a complement of 1,000 men; used mainly in the Mediterranean for war and trading.


  • vessel

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Rhymes with Galley

  • dillydally
  • mcnally
  • mcnalley
  • delvalle
  • vitaly
  • vitale
  • verbally
  • straley
  • ranalli
  • mccalley
  • finale
  • devalle
  • cavalli
  • stahly
  • stahley
  • scally
  • omalley
  • o'malley
  • graley
  • bralley
  • braley
  • whalley
  • valli
  • valley
  • vallely
  • vallee
  • tally
  • talley
  • shali
  • sally

Sentences with galley

1. Noun, singular or mass
Cook your meals in the galley kitchen and enjoy a hot shower in the three-quarter bathroom.

Quotes about galley

1. Arthur: If I asked you where the hell we were, would I regret it?Ford: We're safe.Arthur: Oh good.Ford: We're in a small galley cabin in one of the spaceships of the Vogon Constructor Fleet.Arthur: Ah, this is obviously some strange use of the word safe that I wasn't previously aware of.
- Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

2. Pirate Captain Jim"Walk the plank,"says Pirate Jim"But Captain Jim, I cannot swim.""Then you must steer us through the gale.""But Captain Jim, I cannot sail.""Then down with the galley slaves you go.""But Captain Jim, I cannot row.""Then you must be the pirate's clerk.""But Captain Jim, I cannot work.
- Shel Silverstein

2. galley

noun. ['ˈgæli'] the kitchen area for food preparation on an airliner.


  • airliner

3. galley

noun. ['ˈgæli'] the area for food preparation on a ship.


  • cuddy
  • cookhouse
  • kitchen
  • caboose
  • ship


  • disembark
  • fire

4. galley

noun. ['ˈgæli'] (classical antiquity) a crescent-shaped seagoing vessel propelled by oars.


  • trireme
  • vessel