A proof taken of the whole galley at once is called a galley proof.
Good-night, my dear; I shall be at work on my galley proof till daylight.
I'll do the lino and the case warrk mysel' and pull a galley proof for ye too.
Jeff was white as the galley proof that lay before him with the unprinted side up.
The floor was littered with paper and proofs; on the desk a slip of galley proof lay.
Your galley proof is brought down to you by a giant in shirt sleeves whom you look at with a shadowy feeling of remembrance.
At the nearer one sat a dyspeptic man of middle age waving a heavy pencil above a galley proof.
The reason for this extreme carefulness is that it costs much less to make changes in the galley proof than in the "page proof."
Presently Jeff pushed the galley proof to one side and looked at his friend.