Noun(1) a vagrant(2) a person who engages freely in promiscuous sex(3) a foot traveler; someone who goes on an extended walk (for pleasure(4) a heavy footfall(5) a commercial steamer for hire; one having no regular schedule(6) a long walk usually for exercise or pleasure
Verb(1) travel on foot, especially on a walking expedition(2) walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud(3) cross on foot(4) move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
(1) The hush swept across the great room as those near the entrance heard the first tramp of heavy feet.(2) Armed with a third key, I tramp up the stairs once more.(3) Appropriately, he spends most of his days on tramp steamers, skiffs and barges.(4) The Andromeda rescues some Wayist refugees traveling on board a tramp freighter.(5) It will appear to be just another tramp freighter, but is actually the disguised personal vessel of Lord Isloth.(6) Having transferred to an old Lebanese tramp steamer, he became the ship's doctor, treating women who fainted in the heat.(7) The tramp of those pale feet might interrupt the flow of his patronising patter.(8) There were no cartographers, no global positioning system, apart from the tramp of human feet in solemn perambulations.(9) I turn around quickly and face what seems to be an old tramp .(10) Carr recounts the little-known World War II story about the survivors of a tramp steamer sunk in the summer of 1940.(11) But he had to tramp the dark streets for three whole nights before anyone would rob him.(12) Blue armour was visible, and the tramp of armoured feet was just audible, even above the roaring storm.(13) the tramp of marching feet(14) British shipowners, however, had been slow to build tankers and in the tramp traders had lagged behind in adopting diesel propulsion.(15) I rather thought you were more than a match for that little rebel tramp .(16) I noticed he was wearing those fingerless gloves, usually a bastion of the homeless tramp .
(1) tramp stamp :: トランプスタンプ
1. vagrant ::
2. footstep ::
3. tramp steamer ::
5. bum ::
6. swinger ::
8. trudge ::
9. drift ::
10. pad ::
1. breeze ::
2. coast ::
3. glide ::
4. slide ::
5. waltz ::
6. whisk ::
Different Formstramp, tramped, tramper, trampers, tramping, tramps
Word Example from TV Shows
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If I wanted to take up a fad,
I'd get a TRAMP stamp.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 20
That TRAMP took me for everything.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 2
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 10
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