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]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Trampy
Literary usage of Trampy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."