Meaning of trampish in English:



See tramp

‘This is a big trend in our society now, people who are really rich, millionaires and that; they dress down and look kinda trampish.’
  • ‘Yet he moved his pieces with a dexterity which belied his smelly, scruffy attire and trampish demeanour.’
  • ‘An old trampish man shuffles backwards and forwards onto the stage.’
  • ‘The young lady should be praised for her very unmodern modesty as regards her front garden, not vilified as some trampish show-off.’
  • ‘Being of a trampish disposition, the man was accustomed to spend most of his time moving about the country with his sons.’