Definition of Stramped

1. stramp [v] - See also: stramp



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stramped

strakhovite
stramash
stramashes
stramazoun
stramazouns
stramenopile
stramenopiles
stramineous
strammel
strammels
stramonies
stramonium
stramoniums
stramony
stramp
stramped (current term)
stramping
stramps
strand
strand line
strand wolf
stranded
strandedness
strandednesses
strander
stranders
stranding
strandings
strandline
strandlines

Literary usage of Stramped

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1. The Life of Mansie Wauch: Tailor in Dalkeith by David Macbeth Moir (1868)
"... started back as if he had been a French dancing-master, or had stramped on a hot bar of iron. " Tom, Tom, is this you ? what, in the name of wonder, ..."

2. Lives of the Lindsays: Or, A Memoir of the Houses of Crawford and Balcarres by Alexander Crawford Lindsay Crawford (1849)
"... wes not content therewith ; to that effect he stramped sadly on his brother's foot, to gar (make) him understand that he wes not content with the desire ..."

3. Old Glasgow: The Place and the People. From the Roman Occupation to the by Andrew Macgeorge (1888)
"... it was used as a place for "drying lint," and women washed and " stramped " clothes and yarn and other articles there.2 So much was it a matter of ..."

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