Synonyms of tramp in English

: tramp1tramp2

tramp1


See definition of tramp

verb

1‘men were tramping through the shrubbery’

SYNONYMS

trudge, plod, stamp, trample, lumber, clump, clomp, stump, stomp, stumble, pad, march, thunder

Northern Irish Scottish sprauchle

informal traipse, galumph

2‘he spent ten days tramping through the jungle’

SYNONYMS

trek, trudge, slog, footslog, plod, drag oneself, walk, ramble, hike, march, roam, range, rove, backpack

informal traipse, hoof it, leg it, take Shanks's pony

British informal yomp

3‘this is one of the few wines still tramped by foot’

SYNONYMS

trample, tread on, step on, stamp on

squash, crush, flatten, pulp


noun

1‘she heard the regular tramp of the sentry's boots’

SYNONYMS

footstep, step, footfall, tread, stamp, stomp, stomping

2‘Theodora returned from a tramp round Norwich’

SYNONYMS

trek, trudge, slog, hike, march, walk, constitutional, ramble, roam, wander

informal traipse

British informal yomp


Synonyms of tramp in English

: tramp1tramp2

tramp2


See definition of tramp

noun

1‘Herbert's eccentricity was to dress as a tramp’

SYNONYMS

vagrant, vagabond, homeless person, derelict, down-and-out

itinerant, traveller, drifter, wanderer, person of no fixed address, beachcomber

ne'er do well, good for nothing

outcast, pariah

beggar, mendicant

North American hobo, bum

NZ Australian bagman, sundowner, swagman

NZ streety

informal crusty, bag lady

British informal dosser

NZ Australian informal derro

2‘he knew she was a tramp, available for any man with enough money’

SYNONYMS

slut, promiscuous woman, prostitute, whore

floozie, hussy, slag, scrubber, slapper

hoochie

dated tart, scarlet woman, loose woman, fallen woman, trollop

archaic strumpet, wanton