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hello sir, what does

1) "horse galloped easily" mean?
2) "horse galloped freely" mean?

Hi Rohit,
         Just what it says. A horse galloping 'easily' is galloping but not under pressure to go as fast as possible. If it were a bit slower it would be described as 'cantering'.
A horse galloping 'freely' is also not under pressure. The two words are very similar descriptive terms.
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