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stomp

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verb \ˈstämp, ˈstȯmp\

Definition of stomp

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  stamp 2

  3. intransitive verb
  4. 1 :  to walk with a loud heavy step usually in anger <stomped out of the office in a fit>

  5. 2 :  stamp 2 <stomped on the brakes>

Examples of stomp in a sentence

  1. He stomped angrily out of the room.

  2. The fans were stomping their feet and shouting.

Origin and Etymology of stomp

by alteration


First Known Use: 1803


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stomp

noun

Definition of stomp

  1. 1 :  stamp 4

  2. 2 :  a jazz dance marked by heavy stamping

Circa 1899

First Known Use of stomp

circa 1899



STOMP Defined for English Language Learners

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stomp

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verb \ˈstämp, ˈstȯmp\

Definition of stomp for English Language Learners

  • : to walk or move with very heavy or noisy steps

  • : to put (your foot) down forcefully and noisily


STOMP Defined for Kids

stomp

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verb \ˈstämp, ˈstȯmp\

Definition of stomp for Students

stomped

stomping

  1. :  to walk heavily or noisily :  stamp <He stomped angrily away.>



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