Definition of 'stomp'
Example sentences containing 'stomp'
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Better just to stomp around and scowl instead. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Three brass players with their backs to each stomped round in a circle. Times, Sunday Times (2012)What a stamping and a stomping and a whistling. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He stomped back to the car. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It's just a straightforward almost glam stomp about being angry. The Sun (2007)Don't u just have to stomp about and look angry? The Sun (2014)With anger, all she had to do was stomp around and shout. SOMEDAY MY PRINCE (1999)Sometimes an empty Sunday or a bank holiday weekend requires something more than a stomp around your local park. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But he doesn't do emotion or much like the idea of stomping about his own unexplored psychic terrain without a map. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The mood has switched to that of a sleepover, as she lets me try on her shoes and stomp about in them madly. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And then I stomped around the departure lounge shouting at people for having the wrong shaped hair. The Sun (2006)There he goes, stomping around the stage on one whole leg and another that ends at the knee and continues as a wooden stump. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There's enough to do, especially if you like stomping around hills. Times, Sunday Times (2007)If the same demographic turns out this year as did in 2008, he should stomp back into office. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The infectious glam stomp of the closer Retreat explodes in delirious joy, a fitting high note on which to end. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But I definitely don't go around stomping my feet and shouting. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I stomped around the house shutting doors, slamming drawers, and picking items up off the floor. Christianity Today (2000)
Trends of 'stomp'
Used Rarely. stomp is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'stomp'
British English: stomp VERB
If you stomp somewhere, you walk there with very heavy steps, often because you are angry.
He turned his back on them and stomped off up the hill.
Definition of stomp from the Collins English Dictionary
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