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tramp

tramp

 
pronunciation:
traemp
parts of speech:
verb, noun
part of speech: verb
inflections: tramped, tramping, tramps
definition 1: to walk with heavy steps.
We tramped through the mud.
synonyms:
stomp
similar words:
plod, stride, stump, trudge
definition 2: to step on with force (usually followed by "on" or "upon").
We tramped on the ants.
synonyms:
stamp, stomp, trample
similar words:
step
definition 3: to walk with steady, even steps; march; hike.
We tramped through the woods and across the fields on our way home.
synonyms:
stride
similar words:
hike, walk
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: a heavy step, or the sound made by a heavy step.
We heard the tramp of the soldiers' boots as they marched down the road.
similar words:
stride, trample, tread, trudging
definition 2: a long walk at a steady pace; march; hike.
We saw many birds on our tramp through the woods.
synonyms:
hike, march
similar words:
trudge, walk
definition 3: a person who travels on foot from town to town and who lives by begging or doing odd jobs.
synonyms:
bum
derivation: tramper (n.)