tromp


tromp

verb

Definition of TROMP

1
to move heavily or clumsily <sleepily tromped into the kitchen to answer the ringing phone, tripping over an array of clothes and books along the way>
Related Words drag, flop, haul; blunder, careen, dodder, lurch, reel, stagger, sway, teeter, totter, waddle, weave, wobble (also wabble)
Near Antonyms drift, float, hang, hover, poise, waft
2
to tread on heavily so as to crush or injure <the kids tromped my flowers to smithereens>
Synonyms champ, stamp, stomp, tramp, tromp
3
to defeat by a large margin <sure, I lost the election, but I didn't get tromped, so I'll see you again in four years>
4
to travel by foot for exercise or pleasure <the scouts tromped through the dell, mostly just following the course of the creek>
5
to strike repeatedly <tromped the bully, giving him a taste of his own medicine>

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