Definition of Stramped
1. stramp [v] - See also: stramp
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Literary usage of Stramped
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."