AskDefine | Define traipse

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traipse v : walk or tramp about [syn: shlep]

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Noun

  1. A long or tiring walk.
    It was a long traipse uphill all the way home.

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Verb

  1. To walk about; to gad.
    We traipsed from one shoeshop to another.
  2. To walk about or over (a place).
    We traipsed the town looking for shoes.

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Synonyms, Antonyms and Related Words

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