Definition of Tramp down
1. Verb. Walk on and flatten. "Trample the flowers"
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Literary usage of Tramp down
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Edward Bowen: A Memoir by the Rev. the Hon. W. E. Bowen, M. A. by William Edward Bowen (1902)
"Jog, jog, tramp, tramp, down the hill we scud, In the dull December, plashing in the mud ; Legs, as their manner is, turn to black and blue; Mud spatters ..."
2. The Abridged Academy Song-book: For Use in Schools and Colleges by Charles Herbert Levermore (1918)
"Moderato. a Jog, jog, tramp, tramp, down the hill we scud, In the dull December, plashing in the mud ; Legs, as their manner is, turn to black and blue; ..."
3. Secwana Dictionary: Secwana-English and English-Secwana by John Tom Brown (1895)
"To kill vermin against the head with thumb nail ; to tramp, or tramp down, as loose soil ; to become broken in, or trained. Ga ee se e kate, ..."
4. Manual of General Agriculture by Edward Prentice Terry (1912)
"Continue filling the hole until it is about half full, then tramp down with ... Again tramp down the soil about the cutting and finally leave a soil mulch ..."
5. Pictorial History of America's New Possessions, the Isthmian Canals, and the by Murat Halstead (1899)
"And he is walked off, and if he shows the least disposition to dispute, his arms are tied behind him and he has to tramp, tramp, tramp, down, and down, ..."