Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of tromp.

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Examples

  • I have tromped through Roman ruins, ogled ancient frescos at Herculaneum and Pompeii, walked the crumbling streets of Palermo, been awe-struck in Turin and marveled at the opulence of Florentine art.

    Rediscovering Italy in a Totally Silent Town

  • They tromped past the neat brick houses lined up along the street like sentinels.

    Choker

  • Damned inconvenient, Zojja said a month later as she tromped behind Caithe and Snaff through deep jungle.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Big Zojja nodded and tromped off through the archway, heading toward the central dome.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • The ogre staggered back, shaking its hand, and nearly tromped on Flinteye.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • The smallness of her universe melted away and she saw herself traveling — through exotic lands she so longed to see, to the coasts of the Mediterranean and the Adriatic seas, to the vast deserts of the African continent, where the lions sprawled among the trees, and elephants tromped the veldt.

    Second Chance

  • You nit wits tromped on the Constitution, started unnecessary wars, violated the Geneva Convention, tortured, gave away our children's and grandchildren's future with the tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans, attacked American workers that made up the middle class, tried to destroy public education, sent our troops to war without necessary equipment, and had no clear strategy in Afghanistan.

    Blackburn calls Dems plan a 'nightmare'

  • We tromped across the field toward the grove, pushing aside cornstalks to take a direct path.

    Arcane Circle

  • Last night, I tromped out into the January chill to see keyboardist David Ornette Cherry son of jazz hero Don Cherry at the D.C.

    Eleven minutes at the Red Door Loft -- and other off-the-beaten-path spaces to see shows in 2011

  • He tromped across the abandoned car-park lot, his thoughts in a daze and his head in a haze.

    This Doesn't Make Any Sense! (pt. 3)

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