tramp


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Synonyms for tramp

Synonyms for tramp

to walk with loud, heavy steps

to travel about or journey on foot

to step on heavily and repeatedly so as to crush, injure, or destroy

a vulgar promiscuous woman who flouts propriety

Synonyms for tramp

a disreputable vagrant

a person who engages freely in promiscuous sex

a foot traveler

a heavy footfall

a commercial steamer for hire

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a long walk usually for exercise or pleasure

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travel on foot, especially on a walking expedition

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walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud

move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment

References in classic literature ?
There's lashin's av them off the Irish coast,' sez the tramp.
Thirty-five mile west-sou'west o' Cape Clear,' sez the tramp,
You barn-yard tramps go hoggin' the road on the high seas with no blame consideration fer your neighbours, an' your eyes in your coffee-cups instid o' in your silly heads.
blond Northmen from a Swedish barque, Japanese from a man-of-war, English sailors, Spaniards, pleasant-looking fellows from a French cruiser, negroes off an American tramp.
Twice Strickland refused a berth on tramps sailing for the United States, and once on a collier going to Newcastle.
They were not niggardly, these tramps, and he who had money did not hesitate to share it among the rest.
Sherlock Holmes, you may look for your tramp, and while you are finding him we will hold on to our man.
As a tramp, I was behind the scenes of society--aye, and down in the cellar.
The tramp hadent seen her do it and then he asked for something to eat.
It was he, no doubt, who early the following morning had been seen lying (in a swoon, I should say) on the roadside grass by the Brenzett carrier, who actually got down to have a nearer look, but drew back, in- timidated by the perfect immobility, and by some- thing queer in the aspect of that tramp, sleeping so still under the showers.
Then this tramp stood up si- lently before him, one mass of mud and filth from head to foot.
Bast, but be sure that the poet and the musician and the tramp will be happier in it than the man who has never learnt to say, 'I am I.
And I sat back and marvelled secretly at this encyclopaedic-minded man, this Leith Clay-Randolph, this common tramp who made himself at home in my den, charmed such friends as gathered at my small table, outshone me with his brilliance and his manners, spent my spending money, smoked my best cigars, and selected from my ties and studs with a cultivated and discriminating eye.
What was the matter with a tramp sketch for the daily press?
I am one of the dispossessed, a sansculotte, a proletarian, or, in simpler phraseology addressed to your understanding, a tramp.