Synonyms of tramp in English

: tramp1tramp2

tramp1


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verb

1‘men were tramping through the shrubbery’

SYNONYMS
trudge, plod, stamp, trample, lumber, clump, clomp, stump, stomp, stumble, pad, march, thunder
Scottish, Northern Irish sprauchle
informal traipse, galumph

2‘he spent ten days tramping through the jungle’

SYNONYMS
trek, trudge, slog, footslog, plod, drag oneself, walk, ramble, hike, march, roam, range, rove, backpack
informal traipse, hoof it, take Shanks's pony
British informal yomp, leg it

3‘this is one of the few wines still tramped by foot’

SYNONYMS
trample, tread on, step on, stamp on
squash, crush, flatten, pulp

noun

1‘she heard the regular tramp of the sentry's boots’

SYNONYMS
footstep, step, footfall, tread, stamp, stomp, stomping

2‘Theodora returned from a tramp round Norwich’

SYNONYMS
trek, trudge, slog, hike, march, walk, constitutional, ramble, roam, wander
informal traipse
British informal yomp

Synonyms of tramp in English

: tramp1tramp2

tramp2


See US English definition of tramp

See UK English definition of tramp

See Spanish definition of vagabundo

noun

1‘Herbert's eccentricity was to dress as a tramp’

SYNONYMS
vagrant, vagabond, homeless person, derelict, down-and-out
itinerant, traveller, drifter, wanderer, person of no fixed address, beachcomber
ne'er do well, good for nothing
outcast, pariah
beggar, mendicant
North American hobo, bum
Australian, New Zealand bagman, sundowner, swagman
New Zealand streety
informal crusty, bag lady
British informal dosser
Australian, New Zealand informal derro

2‘you stood me up because you think I'm a tramp’

SYNONYMS
hussy
British informal, derogatory tart
North American informal, derogatory hoochie
dated scarlet woman, loose woman, fallen woman, trollop, strumpet, floozy
archaic wanton