Some are traipsing around on their own, trash crackling beneath their feet.
traipsing the Biennale and the numerous collaterals has been at once ho-hum and encouraging.
A nice figure I'd cut, traipsing around the battlefields in a kimono, and looking for a kindly bullet to lay me low.
After traipsing about in the fog they found the grave sure enough.
The idea of her traipsing along the sands in a décolleté ball-dress struck her as ludicrously incongruous.
All the rest of it traipsing about from place to place like a wandering gipsy.
Indeed, I don't see why we would n't be as well here as traipsing over the world in dust and heat.
"I don't see what you want to be traipsing about after dark for," said Marilla shortly.
Allan's been traipsing this land since two years before you were born, and that is more than twenty years ago.
Nice clothes I shall get, too, traipsing through weather like this.
1590s, of uncertain origin, perhaps from dialectal French trepasser "pass over or beyond," from Old French trespasser (see trespass). Or from a source related to Middle Dutch trappen, dialectal Norwegian trappa "to tread, stamp" (see trap). Liberman points out that it resembles German traben "tramp" "and other similar verbs meaning 'tramp; wander; flee' in several European languages. They seem to have been part of soldiers' and vagabonds' slang between 1400 and 1700. In all likelihood, they originated as onomatopoeias and spread to neighboring languages from Low German." Related: Traipsed; traipsing.