Definition of Trampy

1. Adjective. Like a tramp. ¹



2. Adjective. Of women, like a slut. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Trampy

1. having the characteristics of a vagrant [adj TRAMPIER, TRAMPIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trampy

tramplingly
trampoline
trampolined
trampoliner
trampoliners
trampolines
trampolining
trampolinings
trampolinist
trampolinists
trampoose
trampoosed
trampooses
trampoosing
tramps
trampy (current term)
tramroad
tramroads
trams
tramstop
tramstops
tramway
tramways
tranation
trance
trance coma
trance music
tranced
trancelike
trances

Literary usage of Trampy

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1. Book News by National Book League (Great Britain) (1902)
"His was a pathetic career — in fact "trampy" reminds us of the poor little fellow in "Misunderstood" and when we read that "Tristram ..."

2. A Manual of Equity Jurisprudence: For Practitioners and Students, Founded on by Josiah William Smith, Edward Chase Ingersoll (1878)
"Jednou ho skupina dívek viděla, jak vchází do výčepu na Broadway s dvěma trampy, s kterými se znal ,,z trati", a rozšířily o něm ..."

3. A Modern Antæus by Laurence Housman (1901)
"My trampy! " was her cry. With a sudden inward pain he caught up her hands ... Her face was still straining for his: " Not kiss you, trampy ? oh, why ? ..."

4. The Pacific Ocean in History: Papers and Addresses Presented at the Panama by Henry Morse Stephens, Herbert Eugene Bolton, American Historical Association, Asiatic Institute (1917)
"... trampe < trampy (tramp-like). 3. Verbs New Mexican-Spanish verbs of English origin take the English verb as the stem and add the regular endings. ..."

5. Sicily, the New Winter Resort: An Encyclopaedia of Sicily by Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen (1907)
""The palm-bordered Marina with its avenue of bella sombra trees, and the sunset, and the cape behind, and a fringe of tall feluccas and trampy- looking ..."

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