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Stomp   /stɑmp/   Listen
Stomp

noun
1.
A dance involving a rhythmical stamping step.



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"Stomp" Quotes from Famous Books



... set off once more through the gathering darkness. Presently he became aware that they were passing up a drive bordered by tall blue gums, and next minute the barking of a large dog, which he afterwards knew by the name of Stomp, and the sudden appearance of lighted windows told him that they had reached the house. At the door—or rather, opposite to it, for there was a verandah in front—they halted and got off their horses. As they dismounted there came a shout of welcome from the house, and presently ...
— Jess • H. Rider Haggard

... with no slightest inkling of the existence of a variable, we run into an algebra mind? We might mistake it for something far removed from thinking or intelligence. We go on the assumption that anything that doesn't stomp up, give a salute, and solemnly announce 'How', ...
— The Unthinking Destroyer • Roger Phillips

... pappa. I seed him put on his vest, an' Seth Stevens he was settin' up, all blood and water on his face, streaky like; he did look bad. But, Loo——say, Loo! Why didn't schoolmaster when he got him down the first time, jest stomp on his face with his heels?—he had his boots on—an' that's how Seth Stevens broke Tom Cooper's jaw ...
— Elder Conklin and Other Stories • Frank Harris



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



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