traipse

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Synonyms for traipse

trudge

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trudge

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Synonyms for traipse

to travel about or journey on foot

to move about at random, especially over a wide area

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walk or tramp about

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He traipsed through San Diego flea markets collecting pieces for the decor and erected stage lights around the sign on his building.
The duck-billed animal--dubbed Leonardo by its discoverers--would have been about 7 meters long and weighed about 2 tons when it traipsed around Montana in large herds about 77 million years ago.
It took the fizz out of the small band of SSP supporters who traipsed off to find another pub.
From the moment a troop of more than 20 scruffy, malnourished orphans traipsed onto the stage I knew we were in for a good night.
Instead, three magistrates traipsed down to the cells - along with the court usher and clerk - to slap an Anti Social Behaviour Order on the jobless pest.
WITH it being half-term we took the kids to Paris for a couple of days and traipsed along the tourist trails.
After all, our ancestors traipsed around the planet for a few 100,000 years without so much as a Birkenstock.
It's really quit enimps: ``Feeling powfagged, I traipsed down a dowlyennog and lit a bifter held between my finger and bally .
After a six-fold increase from March 2003 through January 2004, XMSR entered a consolidation pattern and has traipsed sideways for the past seven months.