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Stomp  v. i.  To stamp with the foot. (Colloq.) "In gallant procession, the priests mean to stomp."

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"Stomp" Quotes from Famous Books

... know this. It's my strike and I don't want no amachoors butting in. I got options on the whole creek—she's eclipsed for fair—'cause I don't like neighbors. You shut your trap till spring and sit tight, then we'll roll our packs, stomp on the fire, and call the dog. Old Home ...
— Laughing Bill Hyde and Other Stories • Rex Beach

... efforts to march forwards to do good it is highly neccessary to see that we hain't a-tromplin' on anybody; and in order to help sinners in Africa it hain't neccessary to knock down Christians in New Jersey and Rhode Island, or to stomp onto professors in Maine. ...
— Samantha at the World's Fair • Marietta Holley

Words linked to "Stomp" :   social dancing, stamp, stump

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