: to walk with a loud heavy step usually in anger <stomped out of the office in a fit>
: stamp 2 <stomped on the brakes>
Examples of STOMP
- He stomped angrily out of the room.
- The fans were stomping their feet and shouting.
Origin of STOMP
First Known Use: 1803
Related to STOMP
- barge, clomp, clump, flog [British], flounder, galumph, lump, plod, pound, scuff, scuffle, shamble, shuffle, slog, slough, stamp, lumber, stumble, stump, tramp, tromp, trudge
- breeze, coast, glide, slide, waltz, whisk
Rhymes with STOMP
: a jazz dance marked by heavy stamping
First Known Use of STOMP
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