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traipse

traipse

verb \ˈtrāps\

: to walk or go somewhere

traipsedtraips·ing

Full Definition of TRAIPSE

intransitive verb
:  to go on foot :  walk <traipsed over to the restaurant> <children traipsing at her heels>; also :  to walk or travel about without apparent plan but with or without a purpose <a week traipsing through the Ozarks> <traipsing from office to office>
transitive verb
:  tramp, walk <traipse the countryside>
traipse noun

Examples of TRAIPSE

  1. I traipsed all over town looking for the right dress.
  2. I'm too old to go traipsing around Europe.

Origin of TRAIPSE

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1647

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