Definition of Stampedes

1. Noun. (plural of stampede) ¹



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Definition of Stampedes

1. stampede [v] - See also: stampede

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stampedes

stamp duty
stamp hinge
stamp hinges
stamp mill
stamp out
stamp pad
stamp pads
stamp tax
stampable
stamped
stamped out
stampede
stampeded
stampeder
stampeders
stampedes (current term)
stampeding
stampedo
stampedos
stamper
stampers
stamping
stamping ground
stamping grounds
stamping machine
stamping mill
stamping out
stampings
stampless
stamps

Literary usage of Stampedes

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1. The Psychology of Suggestion: A Research Into the Subconscious Nature of Man by Boris Sidis (1898)
"MENTAL epidemics, panics, stampedes occurring in social animals, are especially interesting from ... Of these stampedes four deserve our special attention. ..."

2. The Psychology of Suggestion: A Research Into the Subconscious Nature of Man by Boris Sidis (1898)
"MENTAL epidemics, panics, stampedes occurring in social animals, are especially interesting from ... Of these stampedes four deserve our special attention. ..."

3. The Psychology of Suggestion: A Research Into the Subconscious Nature of Man by Boris Sidis (1898)
"MENTAL epidemics, panics, stampedes occurring in social animals, are especially interesting from ... Of these stampedes four deserve our special attention. ..."

4. The Psychology of Suggestion: A Research Into the Subconscious Nature of Man by Boris Sidis (1898)
"MENTAL epidemics, panics, stampedes occurring in social animals, are especially interesting from ... Of these stampedes four deserve our special attention. ..."

5. The Black Hills, Or, The Last Hunting Ground of the Dakotahs: A Complete by Annie D. Tallent (1899)
"Of stampedes in general, and this one in particular, Doc. ... Doc. says : " stampedes create more excitement in a mining camp than any other cause, ..."

6. Two Years in the Klondike and Alaskan Gold-fields: A Thrilling Narrative of by William B. Haskell (1898)
"CHAPTER XXIX A SEASON OF WILD stampedes — THE CURIOUS CONDITIONS ON ... Spreading Out Over the Wild Country — stampedes a Daily Occurrence — How they were ..."

7. The Comic History of the United States: From a Period Prior to the Discovery by John D. Sherwood (1870)
"Stamps and stampedes. — The Act repealed ; the Sting left in.—Another Bill and larger Bird behind it in 1767. — The First Blood. ..."

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