tromp verb \ˈträmp, ˈtrȯmp\
: tramp 1 <a lot of knocking on doors, tromping from room to room — Sara Davidson>
: to step hard : stamp <tromped on the brake>
: stamp <tromps the accelerator to the floor — Jim Becker>
a : to give a physical beating to
b : to defeat decisively
Examples of TROMP
- We tromped over the grass.
- Workmen were tromping through the building all day.
Origin of TROMP
First Known Use: 1846
Related to TROMP
- barge, clomp, clump, flog [British], flounder, galumph, lump, plod, pound, scuff, scuffle, shamble, shuffle, slog, slough, stamp, stomp, stumble, stump, tramp, lumber, trudge
- breeze, coast, glide, slide, waltz, whisk
Rhymes with TROMP
Tromp biographical name \ˈtrȯmp, ˈträmp\
Maarten Harpertszoon 1598–1653 Du. admiral
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